Memorial Hall's first priority is the health and well being of our guests. Please visit the City of Melrose webpage COVID-19 for updated information from Mayor Brodeur.
Governor Baker issued an Order effective April 30, 2021 requiring people to wear masks or face-coverings in indoor public places and outdoors when they are unable to maintain 6 feet from other people. Face coverings will also continue to be required at all times at events, whether held indoors or outdoors and whether held in a public space or private home, except for when eating or drinking
Memroail Hall is open pursuant to Governor Bakers COVID-19 Indoor Theater and Performance Venues guidelines May 10, 2021 which includes capacity limitations.
Please contact the Executive Director of Memorial Hall for details and rental information.
- The mission of the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Building is to provide the city with a commemorative monument to the patriotism of service men and women from Melrose who died for their country. It is also a cultural center for the community. It continues for the usage of meetings of the veterans and also for commemorative ceremonies marking certain dates in the history of the Veterans of the United States as well as inaugural ceremonies for the city of Melrose.
|Kathy Pigott-Brodeur||Executive Director||(781) 979-4185|