Rotterdam. 6:30 p.m. The parade begins at Curry Road and Warrior Path-Mohonasen High School. An open house at the Rotterdam Elks Club, Curry Road, follows the parade.
Saratoga Springs. 6:30 p.m. 527-4026. The annual parade travels from the Saratoga Springs City Center to Congress Park for a service.
South Glens Falls. 6 p.m. The parade travels down Main Street to Village Triangle Park.
Stillwater. 6 p.m. The more-than-one-mile parade route begins at Railroad Avenue and continues through the village, ending at American Legion Post 490.
Ballston Spa. 9 a.m. The parade proceeds down Milton Avenue (Route 50) to Front Street, ending at the Armed Services memorials on Low Street for a wreath-laying ceremony.
East Greenbush. 10 a.m. 462-7006. Melvin Roads Post 1231 American Legion is the host. The parade heads west down Columbia Turnpike to the post location led by the representatives of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7338. A brief pause in the parade will be at the Greenbush Cemetery.
Oakwood Cemetery, Troy. 9 a.m. (800) 556-6273. Oakwood Cemetery and the Veterans of Lansingburgh annual graveside wreath-laying ceremony and placing flags on the gravesites of veterans in the Soldiers' Plot. Officials are Oakwood President Tom Maggs and trustee retired Army Col. Charles R. Johnson.
Albany Rural Cemetery, 11 a.m. Cemetery Avenue, Albany. The Albany County Joint Veterans Council and the Marine Corps League conduct their annual President Chester A. Arthur Memorial Day service at Arthur's grave. County executive Dan McCoy is the speaker. The Marine Corps League will have a color guard and the Tri-County Council of Vietnam Era Veterans will have a firing party and bugler.
Albany. 9:30 a.m. The parade begins at Partridge Street and Central Avenue and proceeds east on Central Avenue, east on Washington Avenue to Hawk Street, just east of the State Capitol.
Berne-Knox-Westerlo. 10 a.m. The annual Hilltowns Memorial Day Parade and celebration goes between Route 156 and the Berne-Knox-Westerlo High School, where a flag ceremony will be held.
Bethlehem. 11 a.m. The parade begins at the Elsmere Fire House and heads down Elsmere Avenue to Kenwood Avenue to Adams Place, Adams Street and Delaware Avenue, ending with a ceremony at the Bethlehem Veterans Memorial Park.
Castleton-Schodack Memorial Day Parade. 10 a.m. The parade begins at the corner of Boltwood and Seaman Avenue and concludes with a brief ceremony at the Mountain View Cemetery.
Glens Falls. 10 a.m. The parade begins at Maple Street and heads along Glen Street to Crandall Park for a ceremony.
Hoosick Falls. 8 and 10 a.m. A memorial service is at 8 a.m., followed by a parade and services in Wood Park at 10 a.m.
North Greenbush. 1:30 p.m. The parade steps off from Dana Avenue along Brookside Avenue to Marion Avenue to Main Avenue and to the Town Hall for ceremonies. Afterward, refreshments will be served at the American Legion on Main Avenue and the Wynantskill Fire Department on Church Street.
Troy. 11 a.m. The parade route is from 123rd Street and Fifth Avenue, to 115th Street, Second Avenue to 121st Street and Second Avenue. The reviewing stand will be on the east side of Second Avenue in front of Standard Manufacturing Co.
USS Slater. 8:30 a.m. 431-1943. A brief ceremony will commemorate Memorial Day.
Vale Cemetery, Schenectady. 10:30 a.m. The program is sponsored by the Schenectady Veterans Organizations, Marine Corps League, American Legion, VFW, AMVETS, DAV, Fleet Reserve, Polish American Veterans, and Jewish War Veterans. The program includes the massing of colors, tributes, addresses by city and county leaders, laying of wreaths and flowers, memorial address, firing squad and taps.
Watervliet. 10 a.m. The parade proceeds from the high school to 19th Street, east to Second Avenue, then south to 16th Street, ending at Veterans Memorial Park for a memorial service.
West Albany Memorial Park, Fairfield Avenue, Albany. Noon. 438-9527. The 14th annual wreath-laying event by the West Albany Italian Benevolent Society and Ladies Auxiliary.