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There will be parades throughout the borough this Memorial Day.

The following Memorial Day parades and other related events will take place in the borough.

 

SATURDAY, MAY 24

Sunnyside Gardens Park Annual Memorial Day Fair
12 p.m.
Sunnyside Gardens Park (48-21 39th Avenue)

 

SUNDAY, MAY 25

Forest Hills Memorial Day Parade
12 p.m.
Metropoiltan and Ascan avenues

Maspeth Memorial Day Parade
1 p.m.
Begins at Walter A. Garlinge Memorial Park 72nd Street and Grand Avenue

College Point Memorial Day Parade
2 p.m.
28th Avenue and College Point Boulevard

 

MONDAY, MAY 26

Laurelton Memorial Day Parade
9 a.m.
Francis Lewis & Merrick Boulevard to the Veterans Memorial Triangle

Broadway Astoria Festival
11 a.m.
Broadway Merchants & Professions, along Broadway from Steinway to Crescent St.

Howard Beach Memorial Day Parade
11 a.m.
Coleman Square

Glendale and Ridgewood Memorial Day Parade
11 a.m.
Ridgewood Memorial Triangle, Myrtle and Cypress avenues

Woodside Memorial Day Parade
11 a.m.
St. Sebastian’s Schoolyard, Woodside Ave and 57th St.

Whitestone Memorial Day Parade
12 p.m.
149th Street and 15th Drive

Little Neck-Douglaston Memorial Day Parade
2 p.m.
Northern Boulevard between Jayson Avenue and 245th Street

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