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Memorial Day Weekend 2011 in Sturbridge MA

Memorial Day Weekend 2011 in Sturbridge MA





The 2011 Memorial Day weekend in Sturbridge MA honors service men and women who have died for our country.  It also marks the unofficial start of summer, and many events are planned in celebration of these two annual traditions.  Below is a schedule of events for Memorial Day weekend in Sturbridge, Massachusetts.  You are invited to participate in some or all events to honor those who have died in service.








Friday, May 27

Veterans Breakfast at Tantasqua Junior High School 8 - 9 am
Memorial Ceremony at Tantasqua Junior High School  9 - 10:30 am
Reservations for breakfast: (508) 347-7381

Memorial Day Assembly at Burgess Elementary School 1:30 pm

Grave decorating session at American Legion Hall Main Street/Route 20 6:30 pm

Saturday, May 28

BB 5K Race
Festival to Follow the Race! 9 AM Hyland Orchard - Arnold and Lake Roads
Benefits Melanoma Research and Education

Sunday, May 29

Memorial Day service, Sturbridge Federated Church 8 Maple Street 10:15 am

Monday, May 30

Memorial Day Parade 9:30 AM
Starts at corner of Routes 20 and 148;  Ends at Town Common on Route 131

Memorial Day Dance hosted by the Hayloft Steppers Square Dance Club
232 Podunk Road - Early rounds start at 1:30 pm $7/person
More info: (508) 867-8036




For more events in Sturbridge Massachusetts go to AskMeAboutSturbridge.com



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Comment balloon 1 commentKathryn Acciari • May 29 2011 06:35AM


Kathryn, it sounds like Sturbridge is doing a fine job of honoring those who have fallen while serving our country. I like to remind people that this should be a day to honor all Veterans, past and active duty.

Posted by Bob "RealMan" Timm, Owner of Ward Co. Notary Services, retired Realtor (Ward County Notary Services) about 9 years ago