The City of Lambertville' annual Memorial Day Parade honoring its Veterans will be held on Monday, May 28th with step off at 9 am.  The Parade route begins at North Union and Cherry Streets and ends at Mary Sheridan Park located on York Street

The Grand Marshalls for the parade are Amos Hendricks, Joe Skillodge, Michael Welsh and Victor Rose.  The organizers of the parade are Norbert Rosso, Commander, Lambertville American Legion Post 120, John Baker – NJ State Adjutant, The American Legion, and George Hambach – Commander, Lambertville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7921

Following the parade, Mayor Del Vecchio and the Council Members will host a Commemorative Ceremony honoring all those who served their Country with special guest speaker, Colonel Patrick M. Kennedy, the 108th Wing Commander for the New Jersey Air National Guard. The federal mission of the 108th is to provide rapid global airpower to support both Air Mobility Command and Air Force Special Operations Command. In addition, the Wing deploys expeditionary forces in support of worldwide combat, contingency and humanitarian efforts. The state mission is to support the Governor of New Jersey in disaster or domestic emergency response situations. Colonel Kennedy flew combat support sorties for both Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM,  deploying multiple times.

The ceremony will take place in Mary Sheridan Park located on York Street. Immediately following the ceremony, all are invited to the American Legion located at 320 North Union Street for the annual picnic.