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9/11 Garden of Reflection Ceremonies to be Streamed Live

Today is a day of remembrance for the 2,973 lives lost on 9/11/20 in the terrorist attacks, 18 of which were Bucks County residents.

The Garden of Reflection will host two distinct and poignant ceremonies to commemorate the tragic events of 9/11/20 and will stream the ceremonies live.

The day will start as we honor those who were lost by marking the timeline of the day with bells. There will be a brief ceremony starting at 8:30 am followed by time to reflect and visit the memorial.

The afternoon allows quiet time to reflect at the memorial until 3:00 p.m. We will have Ambassadors on site at this time to provide tours of The Garden and answer questions.

At 7 p.m. the Remembrance in Light will unite for the 20th commemoration and combine the elements of sight, sound and light. The ceremony includes speakers and musical tributes and will last approximately 45 minutes. Due to the large attendance at this event, the public is encouraged to arrive around 6:30 p.m.

911 Never Forget Pins will be available for purchase locally and online. These poignant pins are banded with a 20th band. This is the last year these pins will be available.

Steven Singer Jewelers contributes all $10 of the purchase price to the endowment to preserve the memorial in perpetuity. Pins can be purchased at all McCaffrey’s Markets, Jammer Doors, the Yardley Inn and at the LMT Community Center. You can share this link to friends and family to order online. Shipping is free.

The Remembrance Fund endowment will support the maintenance of the memorial in perpetuity. For those wishing to support The Garden and ensure its legacy, please visithttps://www.9-11memorialgarden.org/donate/ and help ensure its light will continue to overcome the darkness.

For those that can’t make it in person, 9/11 ceremonies from the Garden of Reflection in Lower Makefield can be seen live via Facebook and YouTube.

To stream via Facebook please click here

For the YouTube live stream please click here 

The Memorial designed by Yardley architect Liuba Lashchyk AIA invites you on a walking Memorial Journey symbolizing “After Darkness…Light”. This Memorial Journey leads from sorrowful reminders of tragedy and grief towards luminous symbols of Hope, Peace and Celebration of Life.

The Garden is a physical homage to the 2,973 lives we lost, with special recognition of the 18 Bucks County Victims. Within the 62-acre Memorial Park, The Garden occupies 2.5 acres surrounded by a 2-acre Oak Garden Arboretum. Construction of the memorial was completed in time for a dedication ceremony on the fifth anniversary of September 11, 2001; an honorable feat for an honorable tribu

“Always remember. Never forget.”

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9/11 Garden of Reflection Ceremonies to be Streamed Live

Today is a day of remembrance for the 2,973 lives lost on 9/11/20 in the terrorist attacks, 18 of which were Bucks County residents.

The Garden of Reflection will host two distinct and poignant ceremonies to commemorate the tragic events of 9/11/20 and will stream the ceremonies live.

The day will start as we honor those who were lost by marking the timeline of the day with bells. There will be a brief ceremony starting at 8:30 am followed by time to reflect and visit the memorial.

The afternoon allows quiet time to reflect at the memorial until 3:00 p.m. We will have Ambassadors on site at this time to provide tours of The Garden and answer questions.

At 7 p.m. the Remembrance in Light will unite for the 20th commemoration and combine the elements of sight, sound and light. The ceremony includes speakers and musical tributes and will last approximately 45 minutes. Due to the large attendance at this event, the public is encouraged to arrive around 6:30 p.m.

911 Never Forget Pins will be available for purchase locally and online. These poignant pins are banded with a 20th band. This is the last year these pins will be available.

Steven Singer Jewelers contributes all $10 of the purchase price to the endowment to preserve the memorial in perpetuity. Pins can be purchased at all McCaffrey’s Markets, Jammer Doors, the Yardley Inn and at the LMT Community Center. You can share this link to friends and family to order online. Shipping is free.

The Remembrance Fund endowment will support the maintenance of the memorial in perpetuity. For those wishing to support The Garden and ensure its legacy, please visithttps://www.9-11memorialgarden.org/donate/ and help ensure its light will continue to overcome the darkness.

For those that can’t make it in person, 9/11 ceremonies from the Garden of Reflection in Lower Makefield can be seen live via Facebook and YouTube.

To stream via Facebook please click here

For the YouTube live stream please click here 

The Memorial designed by Yardley architect Liuba Lashchyk AIA invites you on a walking Memorial Journey symbolizing “After Darkness…Light”. This Memorial Journey leads from sorrowful reminders of tragedy and grief towards luminous symbols of Hope, Peace and Celebration of Life.

The Garden is a physical homage to the 2,973 lives we lost, with special recognition of the 18 Bucks County Victims. Within the 62-acre Memorial Park, The Garden occupies 2.5 acres surrounded by a 2-acre Oak Garden Arboretum. Construction of the memorial was completed in time for a dedication ceremony on the fifth anniversary of September 11, 2001; an honorable feat for an honorable tribu

“Always remember. Never forget.”

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