Memorial Day Services in St Paul 2017

Federal Cemetery
Fort Snelling National Cemetery

Mueller Memorial has compiled a list of Twin Cities cemeteries offering Memorial Day Services with a special focus on the memorial parks we most commonly serve around St. Paul and White Bear Lake. Click the address for a map and directions. There is also a phone number listed for each cemetery, so if you have any additional questions about services please give them a call. All of the service times listed are for Memorial Day, Monday May 29th 2017 unless otherwise noted.

Fort Snelling National Cemetery 7601 34th Ave, Minneapolis
Ceremony at 10:00 a.m.
(They expect many people, so plan to arrive early if you’d like to secure a seat. You’re also welcome to bring your own lawn chair if you’d like to arrive later.)

Calvary Cemetery, 753 Front Ave., St Paul
Service at 10 a.m.

Elmhurst Cemetery, 1510 Dale St N., St Paul
Service at 9 a.m.

Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 3400 Century Ave N, Mahtomedi
Service at 11 a.m.

Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 1800 Edgerton St., Maplewood
Service at 11 a.m.

Oakland Cemetery, 927 Jackson St, St Paul
Service at 10 a.m.

Resurrection Cemetery, 2101 Lexington Ave S., Mendota Heights
Service at 10 a.m.

Roselawn Cemetery, 803 Larpenteur Ave W, Roseville
Service at 10 a.m. on Mon. May 29 only
Organ concert and refreshments 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sat 27, Sun 28 & Mon 29

St. Mary of the Lake Cemetery, 1709 Stillwater St, White Bear Lake
(In case of rain meet at the church, 4741 Bald Eagle Ave.)
Service at 9 a.m.

Union Cemetery, 2505 Minnehaha Ave E., St Paul
Service at 10 a.m.

Additional 2017 Memorial Weekend Events at Ft. Snelling

Memorial Day 2017 MN
image: Minnesota Historical Society

Military History Living Timeline
Historic Fort Snelling | 200 Tower Ave, St Paul, MN 55111

May 27-29 2017, 12p.m. to 5p.m.
$12 Adults, $10 Seniors and Veterans, $6 Kids 5-17, Free for kids under 5

Throughout the weekend, visit the stone barracks and talk with costumed staff representing different eras of U.S. military history. On Saturday, staff will present stories about U.S. expansion during the 1800s. On Sunday, the focus will be on the 20th century and the growth of the U.S. into a global power. On Monday, don’t miss a special “living timeline” of America’s military past on the parade ground, with costumed staff and reenactors sharing the history of Americans serving in armed conflicts.

For more info, visit the Fort Snelling website or call 612-726-1171.


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