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Click here to visit New Jersey Traffic and Weather or visit Channel 612 for more information. BERGENCOUNTYSATURDAY 5/26 MidlandPark? Midland Park?sMemorial Day parade and observances will be held Saturday, May 26. Theday willstart with a 9 a.m. flag-raising ceremony and placement of wreaths attheVietnam Memorial on Dairy Street. The parade steps off at 10 a.m. fromthemunicipal building, passing along Vreeland Avenue, Franklin Avenue andGodwinAvenue to Central Avenue, ending at Veterans Plaza. Ceremonies,remembrancesand speakers are at 11 a.m. at Veterans Plaza on Central Avenue.  SUNDAY 5/27 Oakland? The annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony will beheld on Sunday, May 29, beginning at 1 p.m. at Grove Street and RamapoValleyRoad. The parade will close with aceremony in Veterans' Park. Complimentary food andrefreshments will be served at the AmericanLegion Post at 65 Oak Street, immediately following the parade.   MONDAY 5/28Dumont?Memorial DayPrayer Services will start at 7:30am at Woodside Cemetery, 7:45am atthemonument at Washington & Madison Avenues, and 8:15am atMemorial Park. TheParade will kick off at 9:30am at Pershing Street and its route willtake itfrom Madison Avenue to Prospect Avenue to New Milford Avenue straighttoVirginia Avenue, marching forward to Memorial Park.  Noparking will be permitted on the paraderoute. Hawthorne? Memorial Day Parade at 1:30pm on May 28. NorthArlington? MemorialDay parade in honor of the late U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Osbrany MontesDe Oca.The parade starts at 2 p.m. There will be complimentary food and drinksas wellas live music entertainment behind borough hall, following the paradeandceremony. Oradell?A Memorial Dayparade will begin at 9 a.m. at Memorial Field on the corner of ProspectandPark avenues. Paramus? A Memorial Day parade will begin at10 a.m. at Van Saun Park on the corner of Spring Valley Road and ForestAvenues. A ceremony was also held at West Brook Middle School earlierthis week(after press time). ParkRidge? 2012 MemorialDay Services will begin with at 9 a.m. at Veteran's Monument Park inParkRidge. The parade assembly starts at 9:30 a.m. at Memorial Drive inMontvale.Parade Starts at 10:30 a.m. River Edge? Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 876in River Edge will participate in various ceremonies throughout theday. At 9a.m. the VFW Honor Guard and Color Guard will participate, along withtheAmerican Legion, in flag-raising ceremonies at Memorial Park in RiverEdge. At9:30 a.m., the honor and color guards will participate in services atGeorgeWashington Memorial Cemetery in Paramus. At 10:30 a.m., the VFW willcontinueon to the River Edge Memorial Day Parade. Immediately following theparade, theVFW will participate in full ceremonies with the American Legion at theVeterans Memorial Park in River Edge. The firing squad will be presentat allevents. The parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Wales Avenue and willproceedalong Millbrook Road to Continental Avenue and into the VeteransMemorial Parkfor services |at 11 a.m. In case of rain, ceremonies will be heldinside theAmerican Legion at Veteran's Memorial Park. Tenafly? The Memorial Day parade kicks offat 10 a.m. on Monday, May 28. Ceremonies follow at Huyler Park. Freehot dogsand soda at the Elks Club. Wallington? This year's Memorial Day paradewill be held on Monday, May 28th. Participants will gather on UnionBoulevardbetween Maple Avenue and the Civic Center at 8:45 a.m. The processionwillbegin at 9:30 a.m. WoodcliffLake? Memorial Day Parade, Monday May 28. Parade Assembly 9:30a.m. at MemorialDrive, Montvale. Parade Starts at 10:30a.m. ESSEXCOUNTYMONDAY 5/28Bloomfield? A host of activitiesawait Bloomfield residents for the Memorial Day celebration. A somberceremonykicks off at Bloomfield Fire Department headquarters, 1 MunicipalPlaza, at 8a.m. The parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Brookside Park, at thecorner ofBroad Street and Bay Avenue. It will travel down Broad Street to theTown Greenwhere more festivities take place at 11:30. GlenRidge? The boroughwill hold its annual Memorial Day celebration on Monday, May 28starting with aparade beginning at 11 a.m. at Sherman Avenue and Baldwin Street. Theparadewill end at the war memorial in front of Ridgewood Avenue School, whereaservice and remembrance ceremony will be held. A picnic will follow onRidgewood Avenue between Woodland and Bloomfield avenues. Montclair? Memorial Day tribute will take place Monday, May 28, at 10a.m., in EdgemontMemorial Park. Inthe event of rain, the servicewill be held in the Municipal Council Chambers at 205 Claremont Ave.,beginningat 10 a.m. For more information, contact Pat Brechka, MontclairRecreation andCultural Affairs director, at 973-509-4915. Maplewood? The parade kicks off at 8:45 a.m. Monday.The route goes north on West Parker, then left onto Maplewood Avethrough town,left on Baker Street past Maplewood Middle School and then left onValley,ending at Town Hall. Verona? The Verona Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday May28, beginning at 10a.m. from Everett Field. A ceremony will be held immediately followingtheparade in the Verona Civic Center. West Orange? The city will honor 345 Veterans ina service scheduled for 10 a.m. at Town Hall, front lawn, Monday May 28. HUDSONCOUNTYFRIDAY 5/25UnionCity? Will hold awreath-laying ceremony commemorating Memorial Day on Friday at 9:30a.m. atEllsworth Park on New York Avenue and 24th Street. Everyone is invited. SUNDAY 5/27Kearny? The American Legion Auxiliary inKearny will host a Memorial Day Weekend Softball Game, barbeque andconcert inmemory and honor of Army Staff Sgt. Edward Karolasz on Sunday. Theevent willtake place at American Legion Unit 99, 314 Belgrove Dr. The softballgame isfrom 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the barbeque is from 1 to 2 p.m., and music isfrom 2to 4 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. For ticketscall(732) 687-9314. MONDAY 5/28JerseyCity? The Jersey CityPolish Veterans Organization will have a Memorial Day ceremony onMonday at 9a.m. at Polish War Veteran's Center at the corner of Sixth Street andJerseyAvenue and Exchange Plaza. Weehawken? Will hold its Memorial Day paradeon Monday at 9 a.m. at Highpoint and Gregory avenues. The patrioticexerciseswill take place at 11 a.m. at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monuments. JerseyCity? The LafayetteAmvets Post 3 will march throughout the Lafayette area in Jersey Cityon Mondayat 9:30 a.m. Then they will attend a 10 a.m. Mass at St. Mary'sByzantineChurch and then return to the post for memorial services honoring thedeceasedmembers of the post. For more information call (201) 434-5278. Bayonne? The Bayonne Memorial Day ParadeCommittee will hold a ceremony on Monday at 5th and Dodge streets at 10a.m.Following the ceremony, the parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. at 5th andDodgestreets. The parade will end on Avenue C between 40th and 41st Streets,at theentrance to Stephen R. Gregg-Bayonne County Park. Rain date is June 3. JerseyCity? The Sgt. AnthonyPark Association hosts its annual Memorial Day ceremony on Monday at10:30 the monument in Sgt. Anthony Park, 90 Palisade Ave., Jersey City. Secaucus? Will hold a Memorial Day service onMonday at Town Hall, 1203 Paterson Plank Road, at 11 a.m. JerseyCity? HistoricJersey City & Harsimus Memorial Park will have its annualmilitary andmusic tribute on Monday at 1 p.m. at 435 Newark Ave. JerseyCity? Pan AmericanConcerned Citizens Action League and the Philippine American VeteransOrganization, Filipino American National Historical Society, NJchapter, willhost a Memorial Day service to commemorate Filipino-American World WarIIveterans at PACCAL Neighborhood Center, 380 Monmouth St., Jersey City,onMonday at 1 p.m. JerseyCity? The JerseyCity Vietnam Veterans Committee will have a Memorial Day ceremony atPershingField and Summit Avenue on Monday at 3 p.m. WestNew York? Will holdits Memorial Day parade on Monday at 6 p.m. at 67th Street andBergenlineAvenue and proceed to 54th Street and Boulevard East. WEDNESDAY 5/30Guttenberg?Will hold its Memorial Day parade onWednesday, May 30 at 7 p.m. at 68th and Madison and end at Monument on70thStreet and at Boulevard East. HUNTERDONCOUNTYMONDAY 5/28Califon ?TheCalifon Recreation Committee presents today, the11th Annual Califon Memorial Day Parade, starting at 11a.m. on SchoolStreet. Lambertville? The Memorial Day Parade will beheld on Monday, May 28th. Step off is at 9 a.m. at Cherry and NorthUnionStreet. All are welcome. Readington? The Memorial Day parade is onMonday, May 28th. The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. at the WhitehouseMall onRoute 22 and continues to the Municipal building. A flag raisingceremony willbe held in front of the Municipal Building immediately following theparade.Community Day, for township residents, will be held at Pickell Parkafter theceremony. Township residents, veterans, organizations, businesses andclassicvehicles are encouraged to participate in the parade. MONMOUTHCOUNTYSATURDAY5/26BradleyBeach? Parade and Festival kicks off at 10 a.m. at the Boardwalk,Fifth and OceanAvenues. Following is the Bradley Beach Annual Memorial Day WeekendFestival,which begins with a Parade along Ocean Avenue. Details: 732-776-2999,ext. 29. UnionBeach? Parade starts at 1 p.m. at Borough Hall, 650 Poole Ave.Sponsored by AmericanLegion Post 321. SUNDAY5/27Belmar? Parade begins at2 p.m. along Main Street. Matawan? Parade kicks offat 2 p.m. at St Clements Roman Catholic Church, 172 Freneau Ave.Contact:732-566-3898, ext. 130. MONDAY5/28AtlanticHighlands? This year?s parade starts at 11 a.m. Itssponsored by the Atlantic HighlandsAmerican Legion. Cliffwood? Ceremonies kick off at Noon time at VFW Post 4745,Cliffwood Avenue. ColtsNeck? A parade and grave site ceremony begins at 10:30 a.m. atMemorial Park.  Farmingdale? Memorial service begins at 11:30 a.m. at Lutz Park on MainStreet. Paradestarts at 1 p.m., also on Main Street. Freehold? Parade travels down Main Street beginning at 10 a.m. onBrinkerhoff Avenue. Hazlet? This year?sparade starts at 10 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Park, 1776 Union Ave. Holmdel?Join others at Memorial Circle, in front of Holmdel Town Hall, for thisyear?sparade. It starts at 10 a.m. Howell?A memorial servicewill begin at 11 a.m. at Howell Municipal Complex on Preventorium Road. LongBranch? Wreath ceremony begins at 9:45 a.m. at Fireman's field onOverlook &Woodgate Ave.  Middletown?Parade kicks off at 10 a.m. at the corner of Leonard Ave andLeonardville Road. Neptune? This year?sparade will start at 10 a.m. at Neptune Municipal Complex, 301 MainStreetAvon. Details: 732-502-4510. Ocean? Ceremony beginsat 11 a.m. at Ocean Township Town Hall, 399 Monmouth Road. RedBank? Ceremonies start at 11 a.m. at Red Bank Veterans' Monument,51 MonmouthStreet. For more information, call 732-741-9771. Rumson? Parade starts at10 a.m. at Black Point Road and River Road. There will also be a 10:30a.m.Wreath Ceremony at nearby Victory Park. Seabright?Sea Bright Fire House, 1099 East Ocean Ave, will host a ceremony at 11a.m. Formore information call 732-842-0099. ext.14. ShipBottom? Ceremony begins at 1 p.m. at 1621 Long Beach Blvd. Shrewsbury? A 10 a.m. memorial ceremony at Patriot Isle, on the cornerof Sycamore Avenueand Route 35. SpringLake? This year?s parade starts at 10 a.m. at H.W.Mountz School. It will travel tothe War Memorial located on Fifth Avenue.  MORRISCOUNTYMONDAY 5/28Chatham? Borough officials invite residentsto honor those who have served our country in order to preserve ourfreedoms.The annual Memorial Day commemoration will take place on Memorial Day,Monday,May 28 at 8 a.m. at the monuments in front of the Library of theChathams. Chester? The borough and American Legion Post 342 will host theannual Memorial Dayobservation for the Chesters on Monday, May 28. The ceremonies willbegin withassembly at 11 a.m. at the gazebo in the park on Main Street. Aprocession willcontinue on Main Street to the Larry Maysey Memorial. Denville? A parade will be held beginning at10 a.m. and will proceed on the following route: East Main Street (neartheA&P Shopping Center) to Bloomfield Avenue to Broadway to WestMain Streetto Righter Avenue through the St. Mary's Church parking lot to SavageRoad. Theparade will conclude with ceremonies at the Denville Cemetery. Dover? The Dover Memorial Association willhold its annual Memorial Day parade and Remembrance services onMemorial Day.The parade will start at 1 p.m. on Rutan Drive and parade up BlackwellStreetfor its first stop at the "Dough Boy" Memorial where there will be ashort talk on how this famous memorial came to be in Dover and thehonoredveteran who was the driving force behind it's placement. TheRemembrance willthan move to the brick lined Veterans Path where the annual remembrancehonorswill be held. FlorhamPark? The public isinvited to a ceremony held by the Florham Park Memorial First AidSquad, Inc.,at 60 Felch Road on Monday at 11:30 a.m., with a military color guard,gunsalute, taps and other music. A reception with refreshments will followtheceremony. Further information can be obtained be calling the squad at(973)377-4226. Hanover ?The Hanover Township Memorial DayParade and ceremonies will be held on Monday. The day's events begin at7:15a.m. with coffee and pastries at the Hanover Recreation Center forparadeparticipants. A Memorial Service follows at the Hanover TownshipVeteransMonument at Town Hall at 8:30 a.m. At 9:30 a.m., the parade will startatWhippany Park High School on Whippany Road. The line of march will benorth onWhippany Road, North on Parsippany Road to the reviewing stand at thecorner ofParsippany Road and Mount Pleasant Avenue. The parade will turn west onMountPleasant Avenue and South up Legion Place to the Whippanong AmericanLegionPost 155 home. At approximately 10:30 a.m., a service will begin. MountArlington? Borough residents are invited to join the solemn,dignified Memorial Day ceremony Monday, May 28, at Memorial Park. Itwill beginat about 11:30 a.m., following the parade, which is set to begin atabout 10:30a.m. In the event of rain, the parade and ceremony will be held at thesametimes on Saturday, June 2. The parade begins at the Mount ArlingtonSchool onHoward Boulevard. It proceeds down Howard Boulevard, to AltenbrandAvenue toNorth Glen Avenue, to Memorial Park. MIDDLESEXCOUNTYSUNDAY 5/27Carteret?Townofficials andthe Carteret Veterans Alliance invite you to the annual Memorial DayservicesSunday, May 27. At 8 a.m., the casting of the memorial wreaths, flagraising,and waterfront service at Carteret Waterfront Park. Then at Noon,ceremonies atthe Soldiers and Sailors Memorial at Carteret Park. Followed at 1 theannual parade beginning at the Doc Fenick Clock Tower at the corner ofWashington Avenue and Louis Street. Town Bar-B-Que to followimmediately atBorough Hall.  Edison? Celebrating the 50th Anniversary ofthe parade, hosted this year by VFW Post ㄗ. It will begin at 1 p.m.Sunday,May 27th. Staging area and kickoff willbe on Division Street. The route to befollowed is Plainfield Avenue to Jefferson Boulevard ending at Post#435 onOakland Avenue. The reviewing stand will be on Plainfield Avenue atSeymourAvenue.  MONDAY 5/28Perth Amboy? The community is welcome to honorand remember military personnel who gave their lives while serving ourcountryduring this year's Memorial Day parade and ceremony to be held onMonday, May28th. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at the Public Safety Complex ParkingLot andwill proceed to Sadowski Parkway. South River? Starts at 1 p.m. South River willhonor all those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in defense of ourcountry. Allare welcome. The parade route begins at Main Street and HillsideAvenue, turnonto Jackson Street, turn onto Ferry Street, turn onto Main Street tothe WarMemorial Building Borough of South River. 732-257-1999. OCEANCOUNTYSATURDAY5/26Manchester? 7 p.m. Concert; America's Keswick,601 Route 530; Patriotic choir concert and Keswick Celebration Choirwith DianeSusek; 800-453-7942. PointPleasant Beach? 10a.m. Bike parade; parade begins at Arnold Avenue from Lincoln Avenue totheSilver Lake Band Shell, ceremony conducted by the VFW, ending with aconcertwith children in the parade singing patriotic songs; 732-295-8525. SUNDAY 5/27 Stafford ?Hosts its annual Memorial DayService honoring our fallen service men and women, beginning at 1:30p.m.Sunday, May 27, in Veterans' Park, located immediately behind theStaffordTownship Municipal building.  MONDAY 5/28BeachHaven? Parade startsat 10 a.m. along Bay Avenue to Veteran's Bicentennial Park. Serviceswill follow. Beachwood? 10 a.m. Services and paradebeginning at Beachwood Firehouse, 745 Beachwood Blvd. The parade willproceed downBeachwood Boulevard to Monument Park for a wreath-laying service atvariousservice memorials.  Brick? A10 a.m. parade will kick off from the former Foodtown on Route70. It will travel to the Brick Township municipal building, 401ChambersBridge Road. A ceremony will follow the parade.  Jackson? A service and parade will begin at10 a.m. at Jackson Memorial High School, 101 Don Connor Blvd, and willend atthe veterans memorial at the justice complex. Services will follow.Lacey? Services and a parade start at 10a.m. at Lacey United Methodist Church, 203 Lacey Road. There will be awreath-laying service at Bicentennial Park on Lacey Road, immediatelyafter theparade. Lakewood? A parade will start at 9:45 a.m. atLakewood Town Square, Clifton Avenue.  Lakewood? A 7:30 p.m. service will be held atLakewood municipal building, 231 Third Street. Lavallette?There will be an 11a.m. tribute at Memorial Park at Bay Boulevard and Brooklyn Avenue.  Manchester? 9:15 a.m. parade beginning atCommonwealth and Southampton Avenues. It will continue to the monumentatWellington and Oakdale streets where there will be a service at 10 a.m. Manchester? Service held at 11 a.m. at WWIIVeterans Memorial Park on Station Road. Plumstead?Parade kicks off at1 p.m. at North Main Street and Bright Road and continues to JacobstownRoad toMeadowbrook Lane to end at the American Legion. SeasidePark?A 9:30 a.m.service will be held at Sixth and Central avenues. ShipBottom? There willbe a 1 p.m. service held at borough hall, 1621 Long Beach Blvd. TomsRiver? The paradekicks off at 9:30 a.m. on Main Street and Route 166. The parade willend attown hall.  PASSAICCOUNTYMONDAY 5/28 Bloomingdale?Main Street will be closed Mondaybetween 8 and 11 a.m. for the annual Memorial Day Parade.The paradesteps offnear Van Dam Avenue at about 9 a.m. It will head west into Butler alongMainStreet. The parade will halt shortly for a brief ceremony at Sloan Parkwhereseveral monuments honor Bloomingdale's veterans. Clifton ?May 28, 6 a.m. - Avenue of Flags setup at City Hall; 8:15 a.m. - Fire Department Memorial at the BrightonRoad firehouse;9 a.m. - Memorial Day parade Hepburn Road; 9:30 a.m. - Allwood memorialatChelsea Park; 11 a.m. - City-wide memorial service at Main MemorialPark; Noon- Military Order of Purple Hearts at the Clifton Library; 12:30 p.m. -Post 347memorial at the Recreation Center; 2 p.m. - Athenia veterans memorialon HuronAvenue; 6 p.m. - Avenue of Flags will be taken down at City Hall. WestMilford? Monday, May 28, the 68th MemorialDay observance will be held at Memorial Park in the West Milford TownHallcomplex, beginning at 10 a.m. The West Milford Highlander Band, led byBrianMcLaughlin will provide the music. Participating will be officers ofAmericanLegion Post 289, VFW Post 9189, local Boy and Girl Scout troops andparticipants in this year's Boys and Girls State and the VFW's Voice ofDemocracy contest. After the program, the procession will move fromtown hallto the American Legion Hall at 177 Lincoln Ave., where refreshmentswill beserved. All are encouraged to attend. WoodlandPark? Memorial Day kicks off9:30 a.m. with a Firemen's Memorial Ceremony on McBride Avenue andMemorialDrive. Then at 10 a.m. there will be a War Memorial Ceremony at McBrideAvenueand Brophy Lane. The Memorial Day Parade will start at 11 a.m. and willend atthe corner of McBride Avenue and Memorial Drive. Refreshments will beservedafter parade. SOMERSETCOUNTYSATURDAY5/26 Hillsborough? Mayor Carl Suraci and the TownshipCommittee cordially invite you to attend the annual HillsboroughTownshipMemorial Day Commemoration Ceremonies which will be held on Saturday,May 26th.MemorialDay Parade startsat 10:30 am at Auten & Triangle Roads. March with otherveterans andmilitary personnel. Followed by a Ceremony at Garden of Honor at 11:15a.m. atMunicipal complex, Special Veterans Section. SUNDAY 5/27 Manville?The Annual Memorial Day Parade will begin at 1 p.m. at the corner ofNorth MainStreet and Dukes Parkway. The parade will head south and turn ontoWashingtonAvenue and end at VFW at Washignton and South 5th. The duration of theeventshould be approximately 30 - 45 minutes. And the parade route will beclosed tovehicles during that time. MONDAY 5/28 BaskingRidge? The annual Memorial Day parade willstep off at 9:30 a.m. on Monday at St. James Church, before it heads upSouthFinley Avenue to the center of town. Bernards ?Come join us in celebrating at the Bernards TownshipMemorial Day Parade! The parade route starts at Saint James Church at9:30 a.m.and proceeds down South Finley Avenue to the center of Basking Ridge. Bernardsville?Hosts its MemorialDay Parade on Monday, May 28, in the Bernard's High School parking lotbeginning at 10:30 a.m. Branchville? The Private Peter S. Hotalen Post157 of the American Legion Memorial Day parade Monday, May 28, at 10a.m.Organizations wishing to participate should call 973-948-4550 or973-729-5831.  BoundBrook? Honoring our past and present service men and woman in aparade slated forMonday, May 28th. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. at the library,travelingdown East High, up Church Street and down Union. FarHills-Bedminster? Ceremonywill begin at 10 a.m. at the old Bedminster School, on the corner ofElm St& Lamington Rd. A parade will follow down Lamington Rd½ mile to the FarHills ceremony which will take place at approximately 10:45 at themunicipalbuilding on the corner of Prospect St & Peapack Rd. (acrossfrom thefairgrounds). After the ceremony we will be serving hot dogs andrefreshmentsin the fairgrounds. FranklinTwp? The AnnualFranklin Township Memorial Day Parade and Service will be held onMonday, May28, 2012. The parade will begin at11:00am on DeMott Lane at New Brunswick Road and continue to the MunicipalComplexat 475 DeMott Lane. The Memorial Dayservice will be held at noon at the Veteran's Memorial in front of theMunicipal Building. Somerville?Somerville'sMemorial Day parade will kick off at 9 a.m. Monday at the corner ofMain andGrove streets and progress through town, pausing at the bridge on HighStreetfor a wreath-casting ceremony. After the parade, memorial services willtakeplace at New Cemetery on South Bridge St. (908) 725-2300. SUSSEXCOUNTYMONDAY 5/28 Byram? Memorial Day ceremony led by theByram VFW will be held at the Byram Veterans Memorial in front of theRosevilleSchool House on Mansfield Drive on Memorial Day, May 28, at 10 a.m.Followingthe ceremony, the crowd moves on to join the Byram Township FireDepartmentparade. The parade begins at the Byram Township Firehouse and travelsnorth onRoute 206, ending at the Adam Todd Restaurant. Franklin? Will host a Memorial Day paradeMonday, May 28, at 10:30 a.m. The parade will start on RutherfordAvenue andend at the memorial near Frankin Borough Hall. Hamburg? Will host a Memorial Day CeremonyMonday, May 28, at 9:15 a.m. for the firemen at North Church Street; at9:45a.m., there will be a small ceremony outside of the Borough of HamburgHall. Hopatcong? Will host a Memorial Day paradeSaturday, May 26, at 10 a.m. The parade will start at the municipalbuildingand end at Veteran's Field. Montague?Will host aMemorial Day celebration at 10 a.m. Monday, May 28, in front of themunicipalbuilding. Newton? The Newton Memorial Day Parade willbe Monday, May 28, at 10 a.m. at Spring Street and Memory Park.  Ogdensburg? Memorial Day Ceremony will be held9:15 a.m. at Heater's Pond on Monday.  Stillwater?Will host aMemorial Day ceremony Monday, May 28, at 10 a.m. at the StillwaterPresbyterianChurch, Main Street. It will be followed by a wreath placing ceremonyatVeterans Memorial Park on Pond Brook Road. For information, call 5796402.  Sparta? Will host a Memorial Day paradeMonday, May 28, at 10 a.m. The parade will start on East Shore Trailand end bythe library. SussexBorough? AmericanLegion Post 213, Route 23, Sussex Borough, and Sussex Fire Departmentarehosting Memorial Day services Monday. Services start at noon at thepost. Theguest speaker is Bertha Fiore, of Wantage, a veteran World War IInurse.Members of the post will visit local cemeteries earlier in the day forwreath-laying ceremonies before the service at the post.  Vernon­? Parade Monday, May 28. Toparticipate, contact the Vernon VFW Post 8441 at 973-764-9380. UNIONCOUNTYMONDAY 5/28 Clark? This year 's parade, Monday may 28,will honor Sgt. James W. Harvey, II, a Clark native who was killed inaction onJune 20, 2011 in Afghanistan. Serviceswill be at Arthur L. Johnson High School immediately following theparade whichsteps off at 9:30 a.m. Cranford?The CranfordRecreation and Parks Department is pleased to announce its annualMemorial DayParade will take place on Monday, May 28. Line up begins at theCommunityCenter, 220 Walnut Ave. in Cranford at 8:30 a.m. and marching commencesat 9 a.m.ending with a traditional memorial ceremony at Memorial Park onSpringfieldAvenue between Riverside Drive and Central Avenue at 10 a.m. In case ofinclement weather, services only will be held at the First PresbyterianChurch,Bates Hall, on Springfield Avenue between North Union Avenue and MilnStreet at10 a.m. Mountainside? The Memorial Day ceremony will beheld at the memorial by the Library at Noon on Monday, May 28th, andwill befollowed by a parade to Our Lady of Lourdes at 300 Central Avenue. NewProvidence? 9 a.m.Memorial Service at Veterans Memorial Park on South Street. At 9:30a.m., theparade assembles on Central Avenue off Springfield Avenue. Paradebegins at 10am. Roselle?Memorial Day Paradekicks off at 10 a.m. at East 2nd and Harrison Avenue.  ScotchPlains-Fanwood? Thisyear's parade will be held on Monday, May 28th. All area Veterans areinvitedto march in the parade down the main streets. Contact the ParadeCommittee toparticipate. Call Toni Rollis, in the Scotch Plains Municipal Building,at908-322-6700, extension 1-314.  Westfield ?The annual Westfield Memorial DayParade is scheduled for Monday, May 28. Opening ceremonies will beginat 9 the World War I Monument Circle. WARRENCOUNTYMONDAY 5/28 Hackettstown? Will recognize veterans from aroundthe county with its Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 28. The AmericanLegionPost 164 is hosting the parade, which begins at 9:30 a.m., and featuresnumerous veteran groups, civic groups and local bands. The paradebegins nearthe post office on Washington Street and continues to Grand Avenue andMainStreet and ends at Union Cemetery on Mountain Avenue.