Here is a sampling of Memorial Day events in Baltimore and surrounding areas:
* Veterans Memorial in Curtis Bay, Fairhaven Avenue and Church Street, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today. Ceremonies will begin with dedication of the memorial to veterans. A color guard from American Legion Post 34 and a majorette group from Curtis Bay will perform. The ceremonies will conclude with taps. Information: 636-1373.
* Aberdeen Proving Ground, Two observances tomorrow, the first at 10 a.m. at the Edgewood area cemetery on Cemetery Road. It includes a 21-gun salute, music by the Edgewood High School Band and placing of wreaths. The second observance is at 11 a.m., Ryan Building, Aberdeen area. Music by the 389th Army Band, color guard, a battle streamer ceremony and another 21-gun salute. In inclement weather, the location will be the Recreation Building. Information: 278-1142.
* Woodlawn Cemetery and Chapel Mausoleum, 2130 Woodlawn Drive, Woodlawn, at 11 a.m. tomorrow. The keynote speaker will be Cmdr. Robert Jefferson, a participant in the 50th anniversary celebrations of D-Day in France. The Baltimore County Brass Band Bagpipes will perform. Follow the flags to the Field of Courage. Information: 944-2600.
* Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Garrison Forest, 1 p.m. tomorrow. The observance will include a patriotic medley by Jack Watts, a presentation of colors, the Pledge of Allegiance, a national anthem carillon, and an address by Paul G. Dix, regional president of the Fleet Reserve Association. Other activities include the placing of a memorial wreath, the dedication of a memorial plaque, the firing of a salute by artillery, the sounding of taps, a benediction, the singing of "God Bless America" and the formal retirement of the colors. Information: 363-6090.
* Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, Cockeysville, 200 East Padonia Road, 11 a.m. tomorrow. Former Gov. William Donald Schaefer will deliver the keynote address. Other speakers will be Republican Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. of the 1st District; Casper R. Taylor Jr., speaker of the House of Delegates; and Brig. Gen. Thomas Baker, assistant adjutant general, Maryland National Guard. WBAL radio newsman Alan Walden will be master of ceremonies. The Maryland Air National Guard will conduct a fly-over. Ceremonies will feature the Maryland National Guard Band, color guards and the placing of a wreath at the Children of Liberty Memorial. Information: 666-0490.
* Franklin Middle School, Reisterstown, 10:30 a.m. tomorrow. Parade to St. Luke's Cemetery on Bond Avenue, where the ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. A saddled riderless horse with boots turned backward in the cavalry tradition will honor the memory of Sgt. Augustus Walley, a son of Reisterstown who was awarded the Medal of Honor for bravery in Indian wars of the 19th century.
* Baltimore National Cemetery, Southwest Baltimore, 5501 Frederick Road, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. The Baltimore District, American Legion, Department of Maryland, will conduct ceremonies. Dr. Nancy N. Valentine, assistant chief medical director for nursing, Department of Veterans Affairs, will be the keynote speaker.. Information: 669-5650.