Here is how Memorial Day will affect Lexington, state and federal public services Monday:
U.S. District Court: closed.
Fayette Circuit Court: closed.
Fayette District Court: main office closed.
Local government offices: closed.
State offices: closed.
Federal offices: closed.
Fayette County Public Schools: closed.
LexTran: All routes will operate on Saturday service schedule.
Lexington Public Library: closed.
Post offices: closed.
■ City: No garbage, recycling or yard-waste pick-up. Residential recycling and yard waste usually picked up on Monday will be picked up Wednesday.
■ M&M Sanitation: closed.
■ Rumpke: open.
Memorial Day ceremonies
Camp Nelson National Cemetery. 11 a.m. May 25. U.S. 27, south of Nicholasville. Special live music, caisson review, cannon salute, presentation of colors and guest speaker retired Kentucky State Police Col. Jerry Lovitt. (859) 885-5727. www.campnelson.org.
Lexington Cemetery. 11 a.m. May 25. 833 W. Main St., Lexington. Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs Deputy Commissioner Margaret Plattner will speak, followed by the presentation of colors, taps and a 21-gun salute. (859) 255-5522. www.lexcem.org.
Bicyclists will converge on Georgetown and Lexington this weekend to participate in three bike-related events.
More than 1,500 bicyclists from throughout the country are expected at the Bluegrass Cycling Club’s 32nd Horsey Hundred, based at Georgetown College, on Saturday and Sunday. Riders will take routes of 25 to 100 miles through Bluegrass country. Participants will be provided with maps, snacks, road support and a barbecue dinner.
Lexington cyclists will host a Bike Bash for out-of-state visitors at Cheapside Park at 6 p.m. Saturday. The bash will include music, food, drinks, head-to-head bike roller races and short bike films. A shuttle from Georgetown College to the bash in Lexington and back will be available.
The annual Bike Lexington will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday in downtown Lexington. Based at Courthouse Plaza at East Main Street and North Limestone, the event features a 10-mile bike rally that begins at 11 a.m., a bike safety rodeo and bike decorating booth for children at 10 a.m. and bike races at 3 p.m.
Some downtown streets will remain free of cars from 1 to 3 p.m. for walking, running, skating, biking, group exercises and bike polo. All activities are free. There also will be food, drink, live music and prizes.