Memorial Day events are planned Sunday in Wilton and Monday in Farmington.

In Wilton at 1 p.m. a memorial observance at the monument downtown will include speakers, a wreath placed on the monument and one dropped into the brook.

A procession will go from the monument to the Wilton Lions Club on Main Street, where there will be covered wagon rides, prayer and wreaths placed at the monuments. Maj. Richard Daigle of the Maine Air National Guard will speak and light refreshments served afterward.

In Farmington, Roderick-Crosby Post 28 of the American legion will hold services and a parade Monday.
 
At 9 a.m. a wreath-laying ceremony will be held at the World War II monument on upper Main Street with a color guard.

At 9:30 a.m., services at the Legion Hall at High and Middle streets will feature guest speaker Tom Saviello, a state senator from Wilton, and a welcome by Commander Tim Callahan. A wreath will be placed at the American Legion memorial.

At 10 a.m. there will be a parade with wreaths placed at Meetinghouse Park and Courthouse Cemetery.

Around noon a light lunch, free and open to the public, will be served by the Auxiliary at the Legion Hall.


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