As Mercer County remembers the men and women who died in service, we gather together to honor and commemorate their sacrifice.
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP: Hopewell Township Memorial Day Ceremony hosted by the Hopewell Valley Veterans Association at 11AM in Alliger Park, 203 Washington Crossing-Pennington Road next to the municipal complex.
LAWRENCE: Memorial Day with a parade and services. The parade will assemble in the Lawrence High School parking lot and “step off” at 10AM following along Princeton Pike North to Darrah Lane, finishing in Lawrence Veterans Park. At the conclusion of the parade, memorial services will be conducted in the park.
TRENTON: It isn’t for Memorial Day, but Trenton Social is hosting a 12- hour Pork Roll Festival.
HOPEWELL BORO: Hosted by the Hopewell Fire Department, children and adults alike enjoy an old-fashioned parade down Broad Street with veterans marching, bands playing and flags waving. Parade starts at 1PM and travels along West Broad Street to East Broad/RT 518. Ceremony to follow at 2PM at Hopewell Elementary School.MONDAY:
PENNINGTON: Old-fashioned community focused parade hosted by Pennington Boro Parks and Recreation Department. Starts at 11AM.Parade proceeds down South Main Street, left on Delaware Avenue and concludes at the end of Green Street.
EWING: Ewing Township Patriotic Committee hosting Memorial Day Ceremony at the Major General Betor Veterans Memorial Park at 11 AM. At the conclusion of the ceremony a number of Pavers will be dedicated at the United States Air Force Memorial.
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