Memorial Day parades happening in these Philadelphia suburbs Monday morning

Memorial Day is a holiday to remember and honor the courage, honor and bravery of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect our country.

Towns and cities across the Delaware Valley are doing just that as residents line the streets for several Memorial Day parades. 

With thunderstorms on the horizon Monday afternoon, hope remains that the parades will remain dry as they all kick off at 10 a.m.

Memorial Day parades

  • Doylestown: The oldest Memorial Day Parade in the United States begins at Central Bucks West High School, and ends at Doylestown Cemetery with a memorial service.
  • Pottstown: Runs down High Street and ends at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Memorial Park with a memorial service.
  • Media: Begins at the Theater on State Street and ends with a ceremony at the Courthouse.
  • Bromall: Depart the Broomall Fire Company and travel eastbound to the American Legion Post 805
  • Kennett Square: Starts at the intersection of South and Union streets, and ends with the Memorial Ceremony at the Union Hill Cemetery.
  • Glassboro: Begins at University Boulevard and Lehigh Road, and ends with a ceremony at the Veteran’s Memorial Plaza in the town square.
  • Cape May Court House: Begins at Memorial Field on Pacific Avenue, and ends with a ceremony at American Legion Post 198.