A Memorial Day remembrance ceremony is set to take place at Stockmen's Park in Livermore to observe the federal holiday that honors those who have died while serving in the military.
The event is a collaboration between the Livermore Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Post 7265, the American Legion Post 47 and the city of Livermore, according to a statement from the organizers.
The ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. on Monday (May 29) and feature a performance of the national anthem by local resident Jeana Collinsworth and remarks from guest speakers including Livermore Mayor John Marchand and Parks Reserve Force Training Area Command Sergeant Major Eric Soto.
There will also be a Quilts of Valor presentation to four veterans and the Livermore VFW, along with the Livermore Police Honor Guard, will be honoring fallen service members with a three-rifle volley.
Other organizations participating in the event include Blue Star Moms, Daughters of the American Revolution, Native Daughters of the Golden West and Boy Scouts of America.
For those unable to attend in person, the ceremony will be recorded by Amos Productions and available for streaming on the VFW Post 7265 website and YouTube channel.