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Memorial Day at 150: Events and ceremonies throughout Ohio comemmorate the fallen this weekend

May 25, 2018

Memorial Day has been observed 149 times since its inception when it began as a wave of post-Civil War appreciation events in 1868.


This year marks he 150th observance even though the first official nationwide observance of the holiday did not occur until after poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, whose eldest son was injured in the Civil War, penned it as “Decoration Day” in 1882. It continued to be a Civil War remembrance until after World War I, when it was expanded to honor those who have died in all American wars.


The Uniform Monday Holiday Act of 1968 established Memorial Day as the last Monday in May, and the day became an official federal holiday in 1971.


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The day is observed with parades, solemn ceremonies, running races, cycling events, special exhibits, flag displays, flag retirements, historical reenactments to celebrate the lives of all of America’s fallen from all wars back to the Revolutionary War.


Below is  a list of Memorial Day observances for the major metropolitan areas in Ohio (Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Toledo).  Listings are arranged by date with multiple dates listed first.






May 25 - 28


Westerville Field of Heroes, presented by the Rotary Club of Westerville Sunrise.  Across the street from the Westerville Community Center on Cleveland Avenue is visual display of more than 3,000 American flags at the Westerville Sports Complex. Fields open on May 25 and will include an opening ceremony and concert on Saturday, May 26, a Sunday, May 28 Memorial Ceremony, and a 5K Run/Walk benefiting Honor Flight Columbus and sponsored by OhioHealth. The weekend also features the Reading of Names, Taps, and Flag Sales (to send to a hero or dedicate to the field). Field is illuminated at night from May 25-27.


May 29 – June 3


EYES of FREEDOM in Delaware – AMVETS Post 102 and American Legion Post 115 are bringing the Lima Co. traveling memorial, “Eyes of Freedom” to the city of Delaware for the first time from May 29 to June 3 at the Ohio National Guard Armory at 1121 S. Houk Road. The memorial will arrive in Delaware on Tuesday, May 29 via a special procession escorted by more than 100 motorcycles from all over central Ohio. The public is encouraged to line William Street from the Point (SR 36/37) to Houk Road from 3 to 4 p.m. to pay tribute as the memorial arrives on its specialized tractor trailer driven by R&L Carriers. The Delaware Fire Department’s ladder trucks will form an arch at the intersection of Sandusky and William Streets in honor of the memorial’s arrival.


The Eyes of Freedom will be on display right after the opening ceremony until 8:30 p.m. It will then be open to the public Wednesday-Friday (May 30- June 1) from Noon – 8 p.m.; Saturday, June 2 from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.; and Sunday, June 3 from Noon – 3 p.m. Saturday has been designated Delaware Community Day and will start with a pancake breakfast from 8 – 10:30 a.m., hosted by Katie’s (Flying) Pancakes, who is known for flipping pancakes across a distance to its patrons. The breakfast will cost $5 for adults and $1 for children.  A special visit from Rosie the Comfort Dog as well as representatives from the USO, AMVETS, American Legion, M.A.S.H. Food Pantry, Stockhands Horses for Healing and Mission Continues will be among the community and veterans organizations on hand from 9-3 p.m. that day.  A special tribute to Justin Hoffman, Shannon Smith, Zach Myers and Anthony Kinslow, who died in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, will be part of the exhibit all five days. DATA Bus will be giving free rides for all veterans throughout the event. This is good for all routes countywide so that as many veterans as possible can go to see the memorial while its in town.



June 1-3


Suits for Heroes – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at David Evangelical Lutheran, 300 Groveport Pike, Canal Winchester. Men only. Post 9/11 veterans only. A military ID or DD214 is required. Suits, shoes, ties and shirts will be provided. Presented by HEROES Care. Call Madel O’Neil at 740-475-7606 or


Saturday, May 26


Grandview Heights Parade: 10 am on First Avenue from Cambridge Boulevard to Oxley Road.  Includes marching bands, floats and service organizations, as we salute our servicemen and servicewomen.


Ohio Honor Ride – From 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany, 150 West Main Street, New Albany. Several different distances for all skill levels. All routes are road riding (no mountain bike trails or off-road riding). Event, sponsored by Project Hero, helps veterans who suffer from various wounds, whether visible or not.

Walk a Mile in their Boots (Fun Walk) – 9:00 am – 12:30 pm at St James Lutheran Church 5660 Trabue Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228. Come support your US deployed troops! All proceeds going to Operation Buckeye. A fun one-mile walk while wearing any type of boots rain or shine. $25/ticket. A $20 donation provides enough to ship one box to deployed troops. Bring friends and family to support a good cause. And don’t forget to wear your favorite boots! Sorry, we are only able to accommodate service dogs. Call Operation Buckeye for more information, how to volunteer, to provide a soldier’s address or donate to the troops – 614-807-0245.


Monday, May 28


Bexley - City Memorial Day Service - Drexel Circle at 11 am.


Bloom Township - Memorial Day Fish Fry & Car Show: 11 am – 5 pm. American Legion Parade – steps off at 10 am from the American Legion on Smith Rd, followed by the Classic Car Show, plus Family-Friendly Activities including bounce houses, obstacle courses, face painting, craft vendors and more. Hungry? The All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry – hosted by the Bloom Township Firefighters goes until 5pm or the fish is gone (every year the firefighters serve over 4,000 lbs of fish!).


Canal Winchester - 10:30 a.m., in Union Grove Cemetery, 400 Winchester-Cemetery Road, Canal Winchester. Includes the Canal Winchester High School band, Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts and members of the military. The year’s speaker is Dr. Dana Robinson-Street, a U.S. Navy veteran of Operation Desert Storm, the combat phase waged by coalition forces against Iraq in 1991.


Croton – Troop 25 Annual Pancake Breakfast: The breakfast will last from 7:30a.m. until 9:30 a.m. prior to the Annual Memorial Day Celebration on the Croton town square at 10:00a.m. There will be pancakes with a variety of delicious toppings and served with sausage and eggs.

Dublin –The day’s events will begin at 11 a.m. with a procession along Bridge Street (state Route 161) from the Shoppes at River Ridge to Dublin Cemetery. The procession will stop on the bridge over the Scioto River and a wreath will be cast upon the water in remembrance of those who lost their lives at sea. At 11:30 a.m., the Memorial Day commemoration will begin in the cemetery off West Bridge Street, near Monterey Drive. Chuck and Carol Hoffman, the parents of Marine Corps Sgt. Justin Hoffman, will speak at the ceremony. Hoffman was killed in service in 2005 as a member of Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment. Family members of George Seeds, who was killed in action in World War II, also will speak. The picnic lunch will be held at noon in Monterey Park at Clover Lane and Monterey Drive.


Groveport - Memorial Day ceremonies hosted by Robert Dutro American Legion Post 486 will be held at two locations in Groveport on Monday, May 28. The ceremonies begin at 9 a.m. in Asbury Cemetery, 4760 Winchester Pike, and 10:30 a.m. in Fernwood Cemetery, 460 Rowe Road. A Memorial Day parade begins at 1:15 p.m. on Front Street, near Groveport Town Hall, 648 Main St., and continues to Groveport Cemetery on Wirt Road. A third Memorial Day ceremony is scheduled to start there at 1:30 p.m. The Groveport High School Marching Band will perform. Following the ceremony, refreshments will be served at Motts Military Museum, 5075 S. Hamilton Road, which is providing military vehicles for the parade. Post 486 is named after local resident Robert Dutro, who joined the Marines in 1917 at the age of 15 during World War I. He died in France on July 19, 1918.


Gahanna - Memorial Day observance: 1 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park, 73 W. Johnstown Road. Gahanna residents will have many opportunities to remember veterans during Memorial Day ceremonies starting at local cemeteries and ending at the Gahanna Veterans Memorial, 75 W. Johnstown Road. The theme at the Gahanna Veterans Memorial service, scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday, May 28, is Memorial Day Observance -- 150th Anniversary. The master of ceremonies for the program will be retired Gahanna-Jefferson teacher and administrator Dale Foor. He will provide the welcome, lead the Pledge of Allegiance and conclusion, and introduce the dedication of Founders Field Plaques and the dedication of bricks. These 17 individuals will be honored through the dedication of brick pavers bearing their names: Christian Braun, Cathy Cazorla, Roberto Cazorla, Chase G. Cockrell, Kenneth L. Cover, Thomas Flannery, Ralph D-J Fuhr, Robert M. Harger, Thomas J. Jacob, Robert Kinney, Alan Little Sr., Mary C. Little, Anthony Olivo, David Olivo, Douglas Olivo, Samuel Sethman and Robert A. Webster. Jeff Spence, Gahanna’s interim police chief, will be a guest speaker at the ceremony. He was in the Ohio Army National Guard. The presentation of colors and a rifle volley will be provided by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Tri-Community Post 4719 and American Legion Post 797. Prior to the service at the Gahanna Veterans Memorial, programs will be held at area cemeteries and the Creekside bridge by VFW Tri-Community Post 4719, VFW Post 4719 Auxiliary of Gahanna, American Legion Post 797 of Gahanna and Knights of Columbus Assembly 3037 of New Albany. Services begin at 9 a.m. at Riverside Cemetery, 3840 Sunbury Road; 9:45 a.m. at Maplewood Cemetery, 4585 Reynoldsburg-New Albany Road; 10:45 a.m. at Jefferson Cemetery, 870 Reynoldsburg-New Albany Road; 11:30 a.m. at the Creekside Bridge in Gahanna; 12:15 p.m. at the Mifflin Cemetery, 218 Agler Road; and 1 p.m. at Gahanna Veterans Memorial.


Galena - Memorial Day Parade: 1 pm from Galena Village Square to the village cemetery.

Granville - Memorial Day Parade: 10:30 a.m. May 28 on Broadway and end in Maple Grove Cemetery with a ceremony.


Grove City - Memorial Day Parade and Service: Parade steps off at 11 am at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church and proceeds down Broadway, stopping at City Hall for a short ceremony. The parade will continue to Grove City Cemetery, 3605 Grove City Road, for the Grove City Memorial Day service Grove City’s observance of Memorial Day will again include a traditional parade and a concert honoring America’s fallen heroes. The Memorial Day parade will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 26, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 3730 Broadway. The procession will travel south on Broadway to the Grove City Cemetery on Grove City Road, where a service will be held. American Legion Paschall Post 164 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8198 will host the parade.


Hilliard  - Memorial Day Ceremony: Members of Hilliard Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4931 and Hilliard’s American Legion Memorial Post 614 will observe Memorial Day with a joint ceremony at 10 a.m. at Wesley Chapel Cemetery, 3225 Dublin Road in Norwich Township. The ceremony, which will conclude with taps and a rifle-volley salute, will be held in the veterans section, in the southeast portion of the cemetery. Martin Sutton, commander of VFW Post 4931, is among the scheduled speakers, said Paul Ritzenthaler, the VFW quartermaster.

Galloway Cemetery -  9:30 a.m. Service conducted by Grove City Memorial Veteran of Foreign Wars Post #8198.


Alton Cemetery - 12:00 p.m. Service conducted by Camp Chase Post #98 of the American Legion.


Marysville -  Memorial Day Parade:  8:15 a.m. “Lost at Sea” Ceremony at Schwartzkopf Park, 9:00 am Parade from Fifth and Plum Street to Oakdale Cemetery, 9:30 am Services at Oakdale Cemetery, ​Amrine Cemetery (American Legion Post 79), then the Catholic Cemetery (VFW) immediately after (near noon).


Newark - Memorial Day Parade: 10:15 am Parade route is from Everett Park, North on Cedar St. to Cedar Hill Cemetary for 11 am ceremony.

Perry Township – Memorial Day Celebration (4895 Reform Road NE, Newark) 1:00 P.M. Smith Chapel Cemetery.


Pataskala - Memorial Day observance: Memorial Day Ceremony starting at 10 am at the Pataskala Cemetery. Once completed the ceremony will continue at 10 am at Veterans Green.


Pickerington - The David Johnston Memorial Post 283 of the American Legion will continue its annual tradition of recognizing fallen servicemen and women during a series of area events. At 9 a.m., the post’s honor guard will present a ceremony in Victory Park, 100 Lockville Road, that will include a rifle volley and the playing of taps. From there, the guard will move on at 9:30 a.m. to perform similar ceremonies in Violet Cemetery, 180 E. Columbus St., Pickerington. After the ceremony in Violet Cemetery, the guard will travel to Glen Rest Memorial Estate, 8029 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg, to honor the fallen laid to rest there. Following those events, American Legion members will return to Post 283, 7725 Refugee Road, Pickerington, for a public open house that will begin at 1 p.m. That event will feature recognition of fallen servicemen and women, as well as guest speakers Jason Beardsley, a retired master sergeant from the U.S. Army Special Ops, and Rob Whitlow, an Operation Swift pilot during the Vietnam War.


Powell - Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony: Moe than 60 community groups will march in Powell’s annual Memorial Day observance. The parade route will begin at the north end of Grace Drive at 10 a.m., and will head west to North Liberty Street; marchers then will turn south on Liberty Street to Olentangy Street, where the parade will head right to end at the railroad crossing on Olentangy Street. A ceremony will be held immediately following the parade at the Greater Powell Veterans Memorial in Village Green Park, 47 Hall St. Retired U.S. Army Staff Sgt. David Neal will serve as the keynote speaker. Neal served for 10 years in units specializing in training, ordinance and the Corps of Engineers, Canavan said. In 2012, he deployed to Guatemala and also was deployed as part of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2014-15. The Delaware County Air Force Junior ROTC will provide the color guard and the Olentangy High School marching band will provide music for the service. A flag-retirement ceremony led by Powell-based Boy Scout Troop 428 will conclude the service. The Olentangy Rotary again will host its field of flags. The group, for the second straight year, will place about 100 flags in the park, which remain there all weekend.


Reynoldsburg - Reynoldsburg Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9473 will preside over five Memorial Day events. Capt. John Waibel said about a dozen color-guard members will visit several cemeteries to conduct three-volley gun salutes, play taps and honor veterans. The first ceremony is scheduled at 9 a.m. May 28 at Silent Home Cemetery, 1576 Lancaster Ave. At 9:45 a.m., the color guard will conduct a ceremony at Seceder Cemetery on state Route 256 in Reynoldsburg. The group will move on to Holy Cross Cemetery, 11539 National Road, Etna, at 10:30 a.m., followed by a noon appearance at Forest Lawn Cemetery, 5600 E. Broad St. The last ceremony of the day is scheduled at 1 p.m. at VFW Post 9473, 1420 Waggoner Road. A soldier’s cross is formed by a rifle with fixed bayonet standing in a pair of worn combat boots. The rifle is topped with a battle helmet and draped with dogtags, as a memorial to those who have perished in battle, according to information from the Veterans of Foreign Wars national website, It is said to have originated during the Civil War, when a rifle was stabbed into the ground to mark the final resting place of a soldier. Waibel said a number of local Boy Scout and Cub Scout troops will decorate veterans’ graves with small American flags May 26, the Saturday before Memorial Day.


Sunbury – Memorial Day Flea Market and Parade: 7 am – 5 pm. Shopping in Sunbury Village Square with vendors offering treasures, crafts, antiques, plants, and food.  Admission for adults and teens: $1.00, children 10 and under are free. Parade is at 10 am to honor those who have served our country.


Thornville - AMVETS Post 51 will preside over a Memorial Day Ceremony is at 1 p.m. at the post.

Westerville - The American Legion Young-Budd Post 171 will hold the annual Memorial Day March on Monday, May 28 beginning at 9:45 a.m. The march will travel from the corner of College Avenue and North State Street to Otterbein Cemetery, by way of State Street, Bishop Drive and Knox Street.

Worthington - Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony: Per annual tradition, Worthington will have a parade and memorial service to honor veterans this Memorial Day. Both events are organized by the American Legion Leasure-Blackston Post 239, which has been coordinating the events for 98 years. The day’s observances will begin at 10 a.m. Monday, May 28, with the Memorial Day parade. The parade begins at East Dublin-Granville Road and Morning Street and proceeds south on High Street to Cemetery Drive. The route is about 1.2 miles. On the American Legion’s website, the group asks those in attendance to “focus on patriotism and/or honor veterans and honor those currently serving in the military” by wearing red, white and blue, displaying a flag or playing patriotic music. As usual, candy throwing, and political signs are banned from the parade. The parade will wrap up at the Circle of Honor at Walnut Grove Cemetery, 5561 Milton Ave. in Worthington, where a memorial will be held. The service will commemorate the lives of the veterans in and out of the cemetery. American flags will fly on the graves of about 1,300 veterans buried at Walnut Grove.


Wednesday, May 30


Military & Veteran Appreciation Day at the Memorial Tournament - from 7:00am – 7:30pm. The tournament is held at Muirfield Village Golf Club, 5750 Memorial Dr, Dublin. All active, reserve, veteran, Ohio National Guard, Gold Star families, retired and immediate family receive complimentary admission to the practice rounds, the honoree ceremony, the Jack Nicklaus Golf Clinic and more.






Arranged by county




Conneaut – Memorial Day Parade
When: Monday, May 29, 2017; 1aam
Route: Parade starts on Broad Street and ends at Liberty Street Cemetery.




Columbiana – American Legion Post 290 Annual Memorial Day Parade
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 10am
Route: Parade marches from Main Street to West Park Ave. to Firestone Cemetery.

East Palestine – East Palestine Street Fair
Four big days of rides, games, food, and entertainment.
When: May 23-26, 2018


East Palestine – Memorial Day Parade
The Memorial Day Parade sponsored by the George F. McBane Post 31 of the American Legion.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 11am




Chagrin Falls – Blossom Time Festival & Parade
Blossom Time Festival is hosted by the Chagrin Valley Jaycees and fills the streets of Chagrin Falls with strolling visitors taking in its carnival rides, the midway booths, food vendors and musical performances. The weekend's festivities include hot-air balloon launches every day, a Sunday parade like no other, and of course a Memorial Day parade on Monday, starting at Evergreen Cemetery at 10am. Activities center in Riverside Park adjoining the Chagrin River, and in the Triangle around the gazebo.
When: Thursday, May 25 – Monday, May 28, 2018
Where: Chagrin Falls, OH
Cost: FREE


Bay Village – Bay Village Memorial Day Parade and Services 
Monday, May 28, 2018 will be the annual Memorial Day Parade and formal observances to honor those that gave their life to our country and those that have served our country to support the freedoms we all enjoy every day. All Veterans are welcomed to join the American Legion, VFW, and VVA to march behind these organizations in the parade to be recognized. The parade will step off at about 8:45am from Huntington Park and march West on Lake Rd to the Lakeview Cemetery for services and recognition of the city founders that served early for our country. The parade will reform on Lake Rd and march East to Cahoon Rd. and turn South to end at the Gazebo. Community leaders and some local honorees will be recognized at the Gazebo ceremony. A 21-gun salute, taps, and patriotic music will be part of the ceremony to honor our local Heroes and current Veterans in our community. All are invited to line Lake and Cahoon Rd. to recognize the veterans, and enjoy the BHS Band, First Responders, and Scouts. Please remember that this is a solemn occasion and we request that you provide due respect for the event.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 8:45am
Route: The parade will step off at about 8:45am from Huntington Park and march West on Lake Rd. to the Lakeview Cemetery for services and recognition of the city founders that served early for our country. The parade will reform on Lake Rd. and march East to Cahoon Rd. and turn South to end at the Gazebo.


Bedford – Annual Memorial Day Parade
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 10:15am
Route: The parade travels from the City Hall to Broadway Ave. to Bedford Cemetery.


Brecksville – Brecksville Memorial Day Parade
The parade will step off from City Hall at 9am and conclude at Highland Drive Cemetery where our ceremony will take place.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 10:30am
Route: The parade travels from City Hall to end at Highland Drive Cemetery.


Broadview Heights – Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony + Recreation Center FREE Admission Day
The City of Broadview Heights is holding its Memorial Day observance on Monday, May 28, 2018, starting at 11am. A parade serves as the gathering ceremony for the memorial service which honors our fallen soldiers. Veterans, dignitaries, military families, sports teams, organizations, businesses, classic cars, and marching bands from Brecksville-Broadview Heights and North Royalton High Schools will be participating. The parade will gather at The Crossings Shopping Center at 10:30am on W. Royalton Rd. and step off at 11 am on Broadview Rd., just north of Route 82. Spectators are invited to join the end of the parade and follow it to the Broadview Center where there will be a memorial ceremony, veteran tribute, and refreshments.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 11am
Route: The parade travels from The Crossings Shopping Center (Broadview Rd. and Royalton Rd.) to end at the Broadview Center.


Cleveland – Police Memorial Parade & Service
Line Lakeside Avenue (Police Memorial Way) to support and honor law enforcement. See units of Pipes and Drums, marching bands, color guards, police cars, special response vehicles and more.
When: Friday, May 18, 2018; Parade: 10:30am, Memorial Service: 11:30am
Route: The parade travels from Lakeside Ave. westbound from E. 12th to W. 3rd St. The Memorial Service takes place in Police Memorial Square (Huntington Park).


Cleveland – 13th Annual Firefighters Memorial Day Ride
Registration is available at be available at Rock-N-Roll City HD in Cleveland.
When: Sunday, May 27, 2018
Where: The ride will end at Rock-n-Roll City Harley-Davidson in Cleveland, OH.


Cleveland – Lake View Cemetery Memorial Day Celebration
Festivities take place at the Garfield Memorial and include a spirited parade, a rousing keynote speech, and a Sousa band concert. Picnic baskets and lawn chairs encouraged!
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 10:30am
Where: Garfield Memorial, 12316 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44106


Euclid – Memorial Day Parade
The theme is: If You Value Your Freedom, Thank a Veteran.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 10am
Route: The parade travels from East 228th St. and Lakeshore, proceeds west on Lakeshore to East 222nd St. It then moves south on East 222nd St. to end at the Veterans Memorial next to Euclid City Hall, 585 E. 222nd St.


Fairview Park – Memorial Day Ceremony & Parade
On Memorial Day, May 28, We DoCare will hold its annual observance in the rotunda at City Hall at 8am. All are invited to attend. Following the ceremony, the annual parade will step off at approximately 9am from Corrigan CraciunFuneral Home at West 208 Street and Lorain Road. The parade, led by theAmerican Legion Post 738 Color Guard, will guide all to the Fairview ParkCemetery where the Legion will honor all veterans. All residents are invited to come out to this year’s parade, attend the opening and closing ceremonies, and to bring their lawn chairs and sit along the parade route to show their support for veterans and troops currently serving. Show off your red, white, and blue!
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; Ceremony: 8am, Parade: 9am
Route: The parade travels from Corrigan Craciun Funeral Home to end at the Fairview Park Cemetery.


Independence – Memorial Day Service & Parade
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 9am-11am


Mayfield Village Memorial Day Celebration – Parade & Ceremony
Join Mayfield Village and Disabled American Veterans and honor our veterans of all wars. Music, speeches, Color Guard and all service flags will be honored. Refreshments available after the ceremony.
When: Sunday, May 27, 2018; 1pm-2pm
Where: Whitehaven Memorial Park, 615 SOM Center Rd., Mayfield, OH 44143


Parma Heights – Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 28, 2018, Parma-South Presbyterian Church will celebrate 151 years of hosting Memorial Day Services on the front lawn of the church located at 6155 Pearl Rd. The services will be followed by a parade to the Parma Heights Cemetery.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018


Richmond Heights – Memorial Day Ceremony
Join the City of Richmond Heights for their annual Memorial Day Ceremony, which will begin at 10am at the Community Park Veteran's Memorial. Special guest speaker Col. Carl Carter and live Taps. Richmond Heights Police will fire a gun volley, and a moment of silence will be held to reflect upon those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 10am-11am
Where: Richmond Heights Community Park Veteran's Memorial, 26789 Highland Rd., Cleveland, OH 44143


Shaker Heights – Memorial Day Parade
Be part of Shaker’s Memorial Day ceremony at the flagpole in front of City Hall. Join friends and neighbors to watch the parade which follows.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018; 9am-11am
Where: The parade travels along Van Aken Blvd