Clinton's Annual Memorial Day Parade Is Monday

Parade begins at 11am at Post Office Square; earlier memorial observances.


Don't miss the Memorial Day celebration in Clinton this year!

Clinton’s Memorial Day ceremonies are scheduled for Monday, May 28.

Here's the schedule of memorial observances and activities:

8:30am: on Route 145

9am: the on East Main Street

9:30am: on Beach Park Road


10:30am: followed by the the Indian River Bridge

11am: Parade

The parade will step off from Post Office Square at 11am and march East down Main Street.

The would like to extend a special invitation to all veterans in Clinton to march in the parade.  Please join them to show your pride, and to allow the citizens of the town to show their appreciation for your service.  No uniform required.  Just gather in Post Office Square at 10:45am to join in the parade line-up. 

And....it wouldn't be Memorial Day without a visit to the annual Plant and Bake Sale, 9am to noon.  After the parade festivities, the 1750 Elisha White House (Old Brick) will be open for tours as well as the Buell Tool Museum, Flynn Library and gardens.

Start your spring planting with a variety of annuals, perennials and herbs donated by CHS members and their garden committee. Delicious home baked goods will also be for sale throughout the morning.

New this year is a quilt auction!  CHS will be auctioning off a quilt made by high school student Elena Schroeder, daughter of CHS President E.C. Schroeder.

For additional information visit the CHS on their website

Have breakfast at one of the local cafes and join the rest of the town and watch the parade!

Chubby's Place May 25, 2012 at 12:22 PM
Chubby's Place will be there! Look for us at 90 East Main Street in front of Raging Fury Speed Shop. Will be a great parade!
donnauricchio May 25, 2012 at 06:30 PM
The Coffee Break will be open from 7:00am. to 8:00p.m. with a soft serve ice cream cone special for $1.10 plus tax . Sit out front enjoy breakfast and the parade.


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