• 100 Nights of Remembrance  

    Since 2007 to the present, members of 100 Nights of Remembrance sound taps at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH and The Mount Calvary Cemetery in Manchester, NH every evening rain or shine at 7:00 PM from Memorial Day through September 11th. After the 100 consecutive nights closing ceremonies, taps is then sounded once a week on Sunday afternoons at 1:00 PM Rain, shine or even snow until the opening ceremony each Memorial Day.  100 Nights of Remembrance is dedicated to honoring and paying the highest respect to those who have served in our Armed Forces and all our fallen heroes. The public is welcome to attend these solemn ceremonies.  “So We May Never Forget”   

       2015 Closing Ceremonies 

    100 Nights of Remembrance cordially invites Veterans, Fire, Police, EMS, and the general public to attend its closing ceremonies which marks the end of 100 consecutive nights of taps being sounded at Mount  Calvary Cemetery in Manchester and the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen. This is our way to honor and remember our veterans who sacrificed so much for our freedom by serving in our Armed Forces, Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and Air Force.  Members of 100 Nights of Remembrance sound taps at 7:00 PM each night from Memorial Day to September 11th.   “So we may never forget”  

    Thursday September 10th at 6:30 PM will be the closing ceremony at Mount Calvary Cemetery, located at 474 Goffstown Rd, Manchester, NH sponsored by the 100 Nights Mount Calvary Chapter, Manchester West High School Navy JRTOC with a guest speaker. Special thanks to Catholic War Veterans for donating the horn used at Mt Calvary Cemetery, for the nightly sounding of taps, rain or shine.  

    Friday, September 11th at 6:00 PM will be the location for the 100 Nights closing ceremony at the NH State Veterans Cemetery, located at 110 Daniel Webster Highway Boscawen, NH. The ceremony on 9/11 in Boscawen is sponsored by the N.H. Department of the Catholic War Veterans.     The 100 Nights will pay tribute to our fallen heroes as well as remember the victims and first responders who gave all 14 years ago in the 9/11 attacks. Military, Civic and Veterans organizations have been invited. The New Hampshire State Police Color Guard as well as color guards from many NH Police and Fire Departments have also been invited to participate in the closing ceremonies as well as several guest speakersThe Ceremony will conclude with the sounding of taps by all our Knights! 

    Noel Taylor the founder of 100 Nights invites all Color guards from NH Veterans organizations, Fire and Police departments Scout troops, to participate in the closing ceremony on Sept 11th.  100 Nights also welcomes and invites all Brass players who wish to participate. If you plan to participate as a taps player or a color guard please contact Noel Taylor for details of this very meaningful and special event.  You will not want to miss being in attendance or participating in.  

    For more information please contact President Noel Taylor at 603-867-5715 Email: noeltylr@gmail.com or Public Relations Officer Gary Torressen 603-455-6845 Like us on Facebook or visit www.100nightsofremembrance.org 

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     Join us this 2014 season as we remember those who served.and honor the men and women resting on sacred grounds.  

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