What To Do In Greenwich Memorial Day Weekend

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See what to do in Greenwich this Memorial Day weekend. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith

GREENWICH, Conn. – Here's a look at some events happening in Greenwich this holiday weekend. For a full listing of events, see our Greenwich Events page.

Friday, May 24

Boys Lacrosse Conference Championship 7 p.m. Greenwich High plays for its second boys lacrosse conference championship in school history against defending champ New Canaan. Brien McMahon High School, Norwalk. $8 adults, $5 students.

Saturday, May 25

Greenwich Town Party and "Greenwich Town Party Rocks the Avenue:" Starts at 10 a.m. and noon. The festivities for the third annual Greenwich Town Party begin at 10 a.m., culminating with a performance by Grammy-winner James Taylor. Non-ticket holders can attend the new free "Greenwich Town Party Rocks the Avenue" in the Board of Education Building parking lot, starting at noon. Roger Sherman Baldwin Park and 290 Greenwich Avenue. Party tickets are sold out. "Rocks the Avenue" is free.

Greenwich Point and Byram Park Beach Opening Day All day. Weather permitting.

Sunday, May 26

Byram Fire Truck Parade 2 p.m. Byram celebrates Memorial Day with a fire truck parade from Delavan Avenue to Mead Avenue to William Street to South Water Street to Mill Street to Mead to the Byram Shubert Library. Free.

Monday, May 27

Threads & Treads Jim Fixx Memorial Day Run 8:15 a.m. The 49th annual Jim Fixx 5-mile run is hosted by Threads and Treads. Kids run a half-mile track. Greenwich Senior Center. 299 Greenwich Ave. Cost is $25 adults, $15 kids.

Sound Beach Fire Department Memorial Day Parade: 9 a.m. Old Greenwich celebrates Memorial Day with its annual parade down Sound Beach Avenue from Laddins Rock Road to Shore Road, ending at Binney Park. Free.

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