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Nashua’s parade will form at Holman Stadium at 9:45 a.m. Memorial Day and will head out at 10:30.
It will head east on Amherst Street to Main Street to Lake Street and disband at Elm Street Middle School.
In the event of inclement weather, a veterans memorial service will be held at the America Legion, 11 Court St.
Speaker of the day is Ed Lecius.
Amherst will hold its annual sunset observance on Friday, May 30.
A parade will step off at 6 p.m. on the common, with stops at four cemeteries and monuments. The parade will then go back to the common for ceremonies around 7 p.m.
Brookline’s Memorial Day ceremony will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at Town Hall, 1 Main St.
Hollis’ Memorial Day events will begin at noon Monday with a recital by the Hollis Brookline High School Music Club at the Lawrence Barn and a luncheon with veterans.
A parade will be held at 5:30 p.m. at Monument Square.
The Lyndeborough Memorial Day parade will start at 9 a.m. Sunday. Memorial Day observances, procession, prayers and rifle salutes will be held at 9:30 at Lyndeborough Center Church.
A book and bake sale will be held at the J.A. Tarbell Library.
American Legion Post 98, 43 Baboosic Lake Road, will host the Merrimack Memorial Day parade on Monday.
The parade will begin at 11 a.m. at RiteAid Plaza, 416 Daniel Webster Highway. Wreath-laying ceremonies will be held along the route at the Fraser Square Monument.
The parade will continue west on Baboosic Lake Road to the Civil War Monument in front of the First Congregational Church and on to the Last Rest Cemetery, where Memorial Day services will be conducted.
After the services, the parade will continue on Baboosic Lake Road to the American Legion Post 98 headquarters, where a ceremony in the parking lot will salute the colors. Refreshments will be served at the post.
The parade will proceed at 1 p.m. to the VFW, 282 Daniel Webster Highway, to place plaques with the names of veterans who have died in the past year on the Wall of Honor.
For more information, call American Legion Post 98 at 429-0343.
Milford’s Memorial Day observance will be held Monday, with a parade assembling at the West Street Cemetery at 10 a.m.
The parade will continue to Elm Street, stopping on the bridge. It will then proceed to the Milford Oval, and then to the VFW at 1 VFW Way.
On Monday, a parade will form at the Legion Home on Maple Street, led by the Temple Band. The parade will proceed to the war memorials on Forest Road, where there will be memorial services and a guest speaker.