WHAT'S OPEN AND CLOSED
Here's a list of Lexington services that might be affected by the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Government: All city offices closed Monday.
Courts: Federal, circuit and district courts closed Monday.
U.S. Postal Service: No mail delivery Monday.
Libraries: Closed Monday.
Health department: Closed.
LexTran: On Monday, buses will run Saturday service; not all connectors will run.
■ Lexington city: For customers who usually have collection service on Monday, the makeup day is Wednesday. Landfill and recycling center closed.
■ Rumpke: Collection as usual.
■ M&M Sanitation: Closed Monday. Pickup will run behind one day.
Danville National Cemetery. 2 p.m. Sunday. 277 N. First St., Danville. (859) 885-5727.
Lebanon National Cemetery. 2 p.m. Sunday. 20 Ky. 208, Lebanon. (270) 692-3390.
Camp Nelson National Cemetery. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday. Camp Nelson National Cemetery, 6890 Danville Rd., Nicholasville. At 2 p.m., members of Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War will dedicate a marker for a Civil War soldier. (859) 885-5727.
Lexington National Cemetery. 11 a.m.-noon Monday. Lexington National Cemetery, inside the front gates of Lexington Cemetery, 833 W. Main St., Lexington. Service will feature remarks, a presentation of colors, playing of taps and a three-volley salute. Featured speaker is retired Air Force Col. Steve Parker. (859) 255-5522.
Cave Hill National Cemetery. 11 a.m. Monday. 701 Baxter Ave., Louisville. (502) 893-3852.
Mill Springs National Cemetery. 11 a.m. Monday. 9044 W. Ky. 80, Nancy. (859) 885-5727.
Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North Memorial Day Observance and Carillon Tower Dedication. 1 p.m. Monday. 205 Eibeck Ln., Williamstown. Guest speakers: Gov. Steve Beshear and William Boettcher, president of AMVETS National Service Foundation.
Zachary Taylor National Cemetery. 2 p.m. Monday. 4701 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville. (502) 893-3852.