Weekly Feature

2011-05-26 / Entertainment


mon. 30
. Orchard Park Memorial Day Parade &
Ceremony — The Orchard Park Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post #6247 will hold its annual parade and
ceremony step-off at the Orchard Park Library and
ending at Veteran’s Park, 9 a.m. Monday, May 30. The
event will be followed by the annual Breakfast at the
Post. Special ceremony dedicating the Veterans
Memorial Wall at the Post will take place at 1 p.m.
followed by a hot dog and hamburger roast - all are
. West Seneca Ceremony & Memorial Day
Parade — The West Seneca Veterans Committee,
VFW Post 8113 and The Town of West Seneca annual
Memorial Day Ceremony will take place 9 a.m.
Monday, May 1 at St. Matthew’s Cemetery’s Field of
Valor. The parade will step-off 10:30 a.m. from
Southgate Plaza and proceed north on Union Road to
the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 1250 Union Road next
to Town Hall. The parade will be followed by a brief
memorial service and conclude with the unveiling of the
sign for West Seneca Veterans Memorial Park. All are
invited to participate in a hot dog roast at the American
Legion Post #735, 35 Legion Parkway, West Seneca.
. Clarence Memorial Day Parade &
Ceremony — The 91st annual American Legion Post
#838 of Clarence Memorial Day Parade will step-off 11
a.m. from Clarence Central High School, 9625 Main
St., Clarence and travel east on Main Street to Clarence
Town Park where a formal ceremony will take place
immediately following the parade. Stay for the Clarence
Hollow Association’s chicken barbecue, 12 noon- until
sold out at the Town Pavilion, 10405 Main St.,
. East Aurora Memorial Day Ceremony
Speaker Paul Kishel, former commander of VFW Post
#205 and American Legion Post #362 will be the
keynote speaker at the annual Memorial Day Ceremony,
11 a.m. Monday, May 30 at Oakwood Cemetery, East
Aurora. The east Aurora High School band will also
. Kenmore Memorial Day Parade — The 61st
annual Memorial Day Parade steps-off at 11 a.m.
Monday, May 30 from the corner of Delaware Avenue
and Sheridan Drive in the Town of Tonawanda and
continues down Delaware to Lincoln Boulevard and
ends at Mang Park in Kenmore.
. Williamsville Memorial Day Parade — The
annual parade, honoring our nation’s veterans, kicks-off
at 2 p.m. Monday, May 30 from Williamsville South
High School marching west down Main Street to Los
Robles Street.

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