September 11th is a day in U.S. history that none of us can “Never Forget”. Below is a list of Metro Detroit events to commemorate lives lost during terror attacks on U.S. soil on Sept.  11, 2001.

Commemoration of 9/11 attacks at Dearborn Police Station:

This is a ceremony to promote unity and to honor the brave individuals who died during the Sept. 11, 2001, attack. This event will include messages from Dearborn clergy members and will be led by Dearborn Police Department Chief Ronald Haddad and Dearborn Fire Department Chief Joseph Murray. The Dearborn Allied War Veterans Council is also taking part in this event. The event takes place at 10 a.m. on Saturday in Dearborn, Michigan. For more information visit

Canton’s 9/11 Memorial Ceremony in Heritage Park Amphitheater:
This is a special tribute that will honor and remember the victims of 9/11 with city officials, a musical tribute by Devyn Rae, a moment of silence, and comments from area organizers whose cultures have seen a rise in hate crimes. The event takes place at 9 a.m. on Saturday at 1150 S. Canton Center, Canton Township. For more information visit

September 11 Remembrance Ceremony at Rochester Hills Fire Department Headquarters:
All armed services, EMS, fire, and police are invited to attend in Class A or highest level of uniform available. This exclusive event takes place at 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday at 111 Horizon Court, Rochester Hills. For more information visit

20th Anniversary Commemoration of 9/11 and Annual Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial Ceremony:
This event that is open to the public begins at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial, located at 1200 N. Telegraph, Bldg. 38E, in Pontiac. There are currently 863 names of Michigan’s Fallen Heroes at the Memorial but this year 10 new names will be added. Survivors of Fallen Heroes will be in attendance to remember their loved ones and to pay special tributes. The event will be hosted by Oakland County Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard.