2019 Wilmington Memorial Day Full Schedule Of Activities

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is the full schedule of Memorial Day activities in Wilmington, provided by the Wilmington Veterans Department.Saturday, May 25, 20198:00 A.M. Decoration of Veterans’ Graves at Wildwood Cemetery (Public invited)10:15 A.M. Decoration of all Squares and Memorials (Public invited)Families of Veterans with Parks/Squares/Memorials are invited to attend(Please refer to Sunday’s schedule for the order in which they will be decorated)Starting at Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial- Wilmington Memorial LibraryTaps will be played at all squares by Ken MichaudSunday, May 26, 201910:00 A.M. Veterans’ Mass at St. Elizabeth Episcopal Church, WilmingtonRededication of Parks, Squares, and Monuments1:00 P.M. Police Station Monument (Public invited)Memorial Shrine – St. Thomas of Villanova (public invited)1:15 P.M. Town Common Reading of all squares and names (Public invited)At Veterans Monument on Town Common – Rededication of Following Squares:Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial – Wilmington Memorial LibraryRobert W. Parent Memorial – Old Town Hall, Middlesex AvenueRogers Park – Middlesex Avenue by Town PoundRonald Eaton Square – Glen Road and Main StreetMissing at Sea Sailors – Silver Lake at Main StreetJohn F. Landry Jr. Memorial – Main Street at Silver LakeAntonio Gagnon — Main Street at Silver LakeJohn J. Fullerton, Jr. Memorial – Grove AvenueRichard Welch M.I.A. Memorial – Main Street and Bridge LaneNee Park – Burlington Avenue and Chestnut StreetBerrigan Park – Lower Main Street and Cook AvenueWilmington Veterans Memorial at Yentile Farm — Cross StreetJohn A. Rich Memorial – Lowell Street near TextronVeterans Memorial Bridge at Lowell StreetDrew Square – Woburn Street and West StreetButterworth Square – Federal at Concord StreetRegan Park – Salem StreetOld Soldiers Lot – Wildwood CemeteryWWI Cannon – Wildwood CemeteryMonday, May 27, 20199:30 A.M. Parade formation – Adult Groups at Market Basket Parking Lot**All Youth Groups at Wilmington House of Pizza**10:00 A.M. Parade Starts – Main Street to Church St. to Middlesex Ave. to Wildwood Cemetery. (All cars use the Wildwood Street Cemetery Entrance.)Division IWilmington Police Honor Guard, Wilmington Fire Dept. Color Guard, Town Officials and Dignitaries, WHS Band, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2458, Constitution Island United Navy Sea Bees, Marine Corps League, American Legion Post 136, DAV Chapter 110 Wilmington/Tewksbury, Wilmington Minutemen, Boy Scouts of America Troop 136 & Pack 136 & Cub Scouts Pack 56, Boy Scouts Troop 56, American Legion Riders – CambridgeDivision IIAleppo Temple Shrine, Wilmington MADivision IIITewksbury/Wilmington Order of Elks, Tewksbury/Wilmington Emblem Club, Wilmington Friendship Lodge AF and AM, Wilmington Sons of Italy, Knights of Columbus and 4th Degree Honor Guard, Wilmington Combined Intermediate School Band, Wilmington Rotary, Lions Club, Wilmington United Methodist ChurchDivision IVThe Dance Company, Wilmington Recreation Tee Ball, Wilmington Youth Soccer, Wilmington Boys and Girls Basketball, Silver Lake Tae Kwon Do, Academy of Traditional Karate and A.T.A., Black Belt Academy, Wilmington Dance Academy, Children’s Theatre Workshop, Lorraine Spada School of Dance, Wilmington High School cheerleaders and Pop Warner cheerleaders, Wilmington Youth Lacrosse, Cub Scout Pack 361Division VWilmington Elementary School Band, Junior and Cadet Girl Scouts, Brownies, DaisiesDivision VIAll other vehicles11:00 A.M. Veterans’ Lot and Soldiers Monument – CeremoniesFlag Ceremony – All Color GuardsThe National Anthem sung by Wilmington High School Acapella Group ‘Soundscape’Invocation – Rev. Fiske, St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal ChapelMaster of Ceremonies – Lou Cimaglia IV, Director, Department of Veterans’ ServicesIntroduction of Dignitaries: Gold Star Families351 Project Ammassador Melanie Mytych 8th Grade WMS StudentPlacing of Wreath: Family of Elmer Drew, Killed in Action in WWIIMusical Presentation – Wilmington High School BandLincoln’s Gettysburg Address read by 8th Grade WMS Student Lucas GorhamPoem read by 8th Grade Wilmington Middle School student Alexis EdwardsWilmington Veterans Roll Call of Killed in Action/Missing in ActionRifle Volley – Wilmington’s Police Department Rifle TeamCannon Volley – Wilmington MinutemenTaps – Trumpeters from Wilmington High School Music DepartmentBenediction – Rev. Fiske, St. Elizabeth’s Epioscopal ChapelParade Regroups – Marches out Main Gate to Middlesex Ave. to pass in review at the Fourth of July BuildingNOTE: ALL YOUTH GROUPS AT THE WILMINGTON HOUSE OF PIZZA WILL BE PLACED IN DIVISION IV AND V BEFORE ANY VEHICLES. Hot dogs at the Fourth of July Building after parade for all children who march, provided by The Town of Wilmington.*ALL VEHICLES WILL BE BEHIND CHILDREN.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedTown Invites Residents To Participate In Memorial Day Observances (FULL SCHEDULE)In “Government”2017 Wilmington Memorial Day Full Schedule Of ActivitiesIn “Government”2016 Wilmington Memorial Day Full Schedule Of ActivitiesIn “Government”last_img