Celebrate our freedoms at one of these Palm Beach County Memorial Day events.

To honor the U.S. military personnel who sacrificed their lives defending freedom and democracy, several Memorial Day events will take place in Palm Beach County.

Originally known as Decoration Day, this holiday began from the tradition of decorating graves with flowers, wreaths, and flags. Memorial Day is a time to remember those who answered the call and stood for what is right. It honors those who defended the freedoms we enjoy, faced combat, braved the high seas, and battled valiantly in the skies, ultimately giving their lives.

Take some time today to remember and honor them.


Palm Beach Gardens Memorial Day Ceremony

The event, held at the city's Veterans Plaza Amphitheater, honors our nation's fallen service members with a presentation of colors, a wreath-laying ceremony, and patriotic music performed by the Palm Beach Gardens High School band. Sponsored by FPL and Flower Kingdom, this free event will relocate to the council chambers at 10500 N. Military Trail if there is inclement weather.

Date: Monday, May 27th

Time: 9:00am

Location: 10500 N. Military Trail | Palm Beach Gardens

Price: This event is free


PGA National $50K Hole-In-One Challenge and Memorial Day Weekend Celebration

The resort is hosting its first-ever $50k Hole-In-One Challenge this Memorial Day weekend at the Staple Course. On Sunday, May 26, golf enthusiasts will have the chance to win a grand prize of $50,000 for making a hole-in-one at a specially selected hole. The day will be filled with festivities including a savory BBQ, tropical cocktails, live music, and engaging outdoor activities for the whole family. The weekend will also feature events like trivia at Honeybelle, live music, and poolside activities. This event is open to members, hotel guests, and the public.

Date: Sunday, May 26th

Time: 5:00pm

Location: 450 Avenue Of The Champions | Palm Beach Gardens

Price: $85 for adults | $23 children 6-12 years old | 5 and younger free


E.R. Bradley's Saloon's party in downtown West Palm

This iconic downtown West Palm Beach restaurant and bar will offer BBQ and drink specials from Saturday, May 25th through Monday, May 27th. Each day will feature live music, with Crazy Fingers performing on Saturday, Hot Sauce Moon on Sunday, and the T-Wave Band on Monday..

Date: Saturday, May 25th | Sunday, May 26th | Monday, May 27th

Time: Saturday 10pm | Sunday 9pm | Monday 6pm

Location: E.R. Bradley's | 104 S. Clematis Street | West Palm Beach


Royal Palm Beach Memorial Day Ceremony

This event will feature three military guest speakers, a wreath-laying ceremony to honor all the military men and women who have lost their lives while serving our country, a 21-gun salute and Taps, and a Battle Cross presentation explaining the 13 folds of the American flag, which will be presented to a family member who has lost a loved one. Additionally, there will be a fallen soldiers tribute, reading the names of our fallen soldiers, and closing remarks by Royal Palm Beach Mayor Fred Pinto. The event will begin with a continental breakfast at 9 a.m.

Date: Monday, May 27th

Time: 9:30am

Location: 1036 Royal Palm Beach Boulevard | Royal Palm Beach

Price: This event is free


Wellington Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony

The Village of Wellington and American Legion Post 390 will pay tribute to all veterans with a parade starting at 8:15 a.m. from Village Hall and culminating at Veterans Memorial. The parade will be immediately followed by a ceremony at Veterans Memorial, commencing at 8:30 a.m.

Date: Monday, May 27th

Time: Parade starts at 8:15am

Location: Village Hall | 12300 Forest Hill Boulevard | Wellington

Price: This event is free


Boca Raton Memorial Day Ceremony

 This event will take place at the Boca Raton Cemetery and will include participation from community members and city officials. Featured speakers will include Bob Slone, veteran Air Force Sergeant and Commander of American Legion Post 277; Johnathan Oakley, retired US Marine and senior director of Mission United; Sally Nemes, Regent of the Estahakee Chapter NSDAR; and Cary Reichbach, veteran US Army and Founder of Grey Team.

Date: Monday, May 27th

Time: 9:00am to 10:00am

Location: 451 SW Fourth Street | Boca Raton

Price: This event is free














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