Lisle Memorial Day Ceremony & Parade
Lisle Memorial Day

Lisle Memorial Day Annual Parade & Remembrance Ceremony

Monday, May 29


Begins at 10:00am
View map for route and watch from your neighborhood
This is a somber parade. There is no candy throwing, horns or sirens.

Remembrance Ceremony

Begins at 10:30am
Lisle Veterans Memorial
921 School Street, Lisle

Ross Bishop VFW Post #5696 Ceremony

Begins at 10:45am
Lisle Cemetery
979 Ogden Avenue, Lisle

PARKING: The commuter parking lot has been designated as the pick-up area for participants after the ceremony, and for event parking. There will be extra handicap parking available at the Bank of America on Center Avenue and at the Lisle Village Hall.

The Ross Bishop VFW Post #5696 presents Lisle's Memorial Day celebration. This year's festivities will begin with a parade that will begin at Lisle Junior High School, 5207 Center Avenue and will proceed down Main Street to School Street, ending on Center Street at the Lisle Veterans Memorial, 4721 Center Avenue. Spectators are invited to walk in the parade. Any and all veterans are welcome to participate.


Jack Long U.S. ARMY 2023 Parade Grand Marshal

  • Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District Honor Guard / National Anthem
  • Chief Keith Krestan Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District
  • Honorable Chris Pecak Mayor of Lisle
  • Don Smith Commander Ross Bishop VFW Post #5696
  • Lisle Senior High Choir Directed By: James Stellmacher
  • Featuring Mike Cooper, Bugler

Following the parade, there will be a short ceremony at 10:30am at the Lisle Veterans Memorial, 4721 Center Avenue, followed by a short ceremony at 10:45am at the Lisle Cemetery, 979 Ogden Avenue. In the event of inclement weather, please proceed directly to the Lisle Cemetery.

A heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to the dedicated men and women who served and continue to serve to protect our freedom and liberty at home and abroad.


During the playing of the National Anthem—while facing the flag and while watching a parade—at the moment the flag passes:

  • Persons in uniform should render the military salute.
  • Members of the Armed Forces and veterans who are not in uniform may render the military salute.
  • All other persons should face the flag and stand at attention with their right hand over the heart; men not in uniform, should remove any headgear or hat with their right hand and hold it at the left shoulder, the hand being over the heart.
  • If flag is not in sight during playing of the National Anthem, face the (source of the) music.

For More Information

Wendy Nadeau