2019 Memorial Day Presentation by Major Matthew G. Sherburne as presentat at Garnett Municipal Cemetery
27554 NE Neosho Road, Garnett, Kansas 66032
For more information concerning burial fees, purchasing of burial spaces, placement of monuments (monument setting permits are required), or cemetery regulations, please contact:
Garnett City Hall
Phil Bures - Sexton,
Director, Parks and Recreation
131 West 5th Avenue
785.448.5496, Ext. 2
Business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CT.
Memorial Day Tribute - May 25, 2020. Special thank you to Chelsey D'Albini.
as presented online (Covid-19) for Garnett Municipal Cemetery Service
For almost 40 years, the Avenue of Flags has been a Memorial Day Weekend attraction for Garnett. Each flag represents a veteran who is buried within the Garnett Municipal Cemetery.
Over the years the aging process has taken its toll on over 100 of these flags. Project Red, White & Blue aims to replace those tattered flags so that all veterans can be represented during the annual Avenue of Flags event.
Each flag costs $60. There is a veterans tag attached to each flag showing to whom the flag represents.
If you would like to donate to this project, please drop your donations by Garnett City Hall or send to:
Garnett City Hall
Attn.: Project Red, White & Blue
P.O. Box H, 131 W. 5th Avenue
Garnett, KS 66032
If you wish to specify your donation to be in honor of someone who served in the military that is laid to rest in the Garnett Municipal Cemetery, please do so by noting their name in the memo area of your check. Thank you.
Scroll down this page to view the Avenue of Flags and Memorial Day Ceremonies.
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
The annual Memorial Day ceremony is held at the Garnett Municipal Cemetery on Memorial Day beginning at 10 a.m. The ceremony is hosted by the Garnett Amercan Legion Post 48, Garnett VFW #6397. The public is always encouraged to attend and support the event.
MAY 26-29, 2023
View over 300 American flags flying with pride at the Garnett Municipal Cemetery. Each flag represents someone laid to rest within this cemetery who served our country. The Avenue of Flags was created during the country's bicentennial year, 1976, to pay tribute to our community's bravest.
The upkeep of the 39-acre cemetery is under the direction of the Parks Department. The sexton is responsible for locating graves and meeting with individuals interested in purchasing plots.
as presented at Garnett Municipal Cemetery