What's Happening for the Memorial Day Weekend and beyond

Find your family fun. Parades to playdates,golf outings to Grub Crawl, something for everyone.

By Macaroni Kid Livingston May 24, 2024

It is a busy weekend here in Livingston County as we head towards Memorial Day.

Take time this weekend to remember and reflect. It is a day to honor the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day and began as a way to honor soldiers who died in the Civil War. The day now honors all U.S. veterans who have sacrificed their lives

MONDAY, May 27



1pm start time, ends in Pinckney Towne Square

 American Legion Ceremony follows in the Pinckney Town Square. 

Peoples Church will be at the park in the village starting at 11am with food and fun for all.


9am start time


12 noon start time

Join the community at the 89th Annual Memorial Day to remember those who have passed in our nation’s service. Every year, the members of the Hartland area come together to witness the community spirit for this parade. Kicking off at noon on Monday, May 27th, the parade showcases the locally made floats, veterans, and other community members.

The day begins with a Pancake Breakfast then immediately following the Memorial Day 5K Run/3K Walk.


10 am start time

 Parade begins at the Episcopal Church on Stone Street and moves south down Hamburg Rd to the cemetery. The public walks behind the parade as it passes and congregates near the flag pole at the cemetery for a short presentation with military honors and minister readings.



10 am start time

10 am outside the Carnegie District Library, east down Grand River ending at Lake View Cemetery for a memorial ceremony. Lunch will be served at American Legion Post 141.


10am start time

The Annual Brighton Memorial Day Parade honors those who have served our country. Starting at Brighton High School, the parade will move east down Main Street conclude at the Mill Pond. At the end of the parade the community will gather at The Amp for a special ceremony to pay tribute to our area veterans.



10am start time

Rotary Memorial Day Parade begins at 10 am along Ann Arbor Street. The Memorial Day Ceremony will be held in Monument Park immediately after the parade.

A look ahead. Save the Date for summer fun.