Maryland Memorial Day Events

Maryland offers a lot of great activities to take the family to this Memorial Day. From train rides to parades, this list has something for everyone.  Check out the following activities from across the state:


Timonium
Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, 200 E. Padonia Road
10 a.m. May 26
Keynote speaker, Mary Gail Haire, retired staff writer for the Baltimore Sun. Music by the 229th Army Band, Maryland Army National Guard and Maryland Sings.

Reisterstown
Reisterstown Community Cemetery, 21 Cockeys Mill Road
10:30 a.m. May 26
Wreath laying cemetery to honor fallen soldiers by James A. Garfield Camp No. 1,
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. The wreath will be laid at the grave of Civil War Private John Neel of the 8th Maryland Volunteer Infantry.

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Havre de Grace
Angel Hill Cemetery, 750 Ohio St.
Observances begin at 9 a.m., then proceed to Tydings Memorial Park at 11 a.m. 

Washington, D.C.
National Memorial Day Parade
2 p.m. May 26
Starts at Constitution Avenue. Floats, high school marching bands, veterans and service members.

Chesapeake Beach
Stars and Stripes Festival
May 24-26
Picnics, moonlight cruise, Vietnam Memorial dedication and other events.

Annapolis
Memorial Day parade
10 a.m. May 26
Downtown Annapolis

Baltimore
5th Annual Mission Possible 5K
8:30am, Covenant of Grace Church
820 Nicodemus Road
Reisterstown, MD 21136
website: www.5kmissionpossible.com

Steam Train Excursions
May 26
Walkersville Southern Railroad
34 W Pennsylvania Ave.
Walkersville, MD 21793
Take a train ride on an 80-year old locomotive.
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