The City of Appleton will hold its annual historic
Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony on Monday,
May 29, 2017, beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Entry Letters and Applications are available here.
Information and participants in this year's Memorial
Day Parade, will be posted here when available
An antique, horse-drawn funeral coach will be featured symbolizing the heroes lost in battle. One of the many faces of freedom lost due to their selflessness.
Memorial Day Parade appearance sponsors: Brettschneider Trettin Nickel Funeral Home and the Appleton Education Association.
The City of Appleton’s Memorial Day Ceremony
Called "Moment of Remembrance," this ceremony occurs immediately following the Parade in Appleton’s historic Riverside Cemetery, at the George D. Eggleston, G.A.R. monument – 714 North Owaissa Street. Information on the ceremony is available here.
A short, second ceremony takes place after the City’s ceremony, at the Appleton American Legion Post No. 38 plot. This plot is located at the entrance of the St. Joseph Cemetery within Riverside Cemetery.
The Parade begins on College Avenue at Appleton Street and proceeds east on College to Meade Street, then north on Meade to Pacific Street, then east on Pacific to Owaissa Street where the Parade route ends at the entrance to Riverside Cemetery.
The following streets will be closed starting at 8:55 am for the Memorial Day Parade route: College Avenue - between Appleton and Meade Streets. Meade Street - between College Avenue and Pacific Street. Pacific Street - between Meade and Owaissa Streets. Owaissa Street - between Pacific and Nawada Streets.
The above streets will reopen as the end of the Parade proceeds along the route. The College Avenue portion of the route will reopen around 9:40 am. The Pacific Street portion of the route will reopen sometime around 10 am.
Those with questions about the traffic plan can contact the Appleton Police Department at 832-5500.
©2017 Memorial Day Parade Committee
Photos courtesy Jeff Lindsay