The city’s annual Memorial Day parade begins Monday at 10 a.m. in the American Legion Post on Maple Street. The parade will leave the post, head to Main Street, and finish at Monument Square. Along the way, marchers will stop to decorate the monuments to veterans of the Vietnam War, Korean War, World Wars Iand II, the Spanish-American War, and the Civil War. Each ceremony will include taps and a gun salute. The parade will last about an hour and will include military veterans, local Scouting groups, marching bands, and elected officials. At Monument Square, speakers will end the day with observations about the sacrifices signified by Memorial Day.