As New Yorkers and people around the world remember and memorialize the tragedy of 9/11, you may also be looking for ways to spend this day with the family. Check out our round-ups of services and events that educate – and, most importantly, honor the tremendous loss of 9/11.
WHERE: Croton Landing, 1 Van Wyck St., Croton-On-Hudson
WHAT: Join the Village of Buchanan, the Town of Cortlandt, and the Village of Croton-on-Hudson in honoring the family, friends, and neighbors lost on 9/11. This year’s Tri-Municipal 9/11 Memorial Ceremony will include a procession, a moment of silence, and a ringing of the bell in remembrance of our heroes.
WHERE: Andrew J. Parise Park, 257 Cedarhurst Ave., Cedarhurst
WHAT: Pay tribute to the first responders and their families, and especially those lost from the local community: Kevin O’Rourke, Neil D. Levin, Thomas E. Jurgens, Joseph Rivelli, Jr., Ira Zaslow, Bettina Browne Radburn and Howard Selwyn.
WHERE: Eisenhower Park, Field 6, 8 Park Blvd., Westbury
WHAT: Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman invites you to join together for a beautiful 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony and Musical Tribute. Together, pay tribute to the fallen, read their names aloud and renew our American Spirit.
WHERE: Town Park Point Lookout, 1300 Lido Boulevard, Point Lookout
WHAT: Join the community for the Town of Hempstead’s Annual 9-11 Sunrise Memorial on the shores of Town Park Point Lookout. The memorial service will feature multiple speakers, musical tributes and the casting of carnations into the Atlantic. Seating is limited — please bring a beach chair or blanket to sit at your convenience.