Thursday (June 2) will kick off the first day of an extended four-day long bank holiday.
At Hemel Today, we have put together events that all the family can go to and enjoy the festivities on offer.
Below is a list of some of the fun to be had in Dacorum for the Jubilee.
Queen's Green Canopy planting initiative
June 2 behind Queen's Square in Adeyfield, Hemel Hempstead from 11.30am.
The event will welcome the community and local dignitaries including Josephine Connell (OBE), Deputy-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire.
June 2 at Berkhamsted Cricket Club
Join local people at a day-long event with food, children’s activities and a packed concert line-up.
June 2 to 5 at Potten End
This four-day festival will feature live bands, artisan food, craft beers, children’s activities and an open-air cinema.
June 2 at Gadebridge Park
Enjoy live music, comedy shows and family entertainment at this event. There will also be a Trooping the Colour event from 2pm – a parade along the Old Town in Hemel Hempstead and into Gadebridge Park featuring local uniformed groups.
June 2 at Hertford Castle
Look at archived pictures and memories of local people at this exhibit.
Boxmoor Canal Weekend and Floating Market
From 10am on June 2 to 5 at Fishery Wharf Cafe Boxmoor
Visit the day floating canal market and live folk and blues music.
June 3 and 5 at St Peter and Paul’s Church and the surrounding area
Enjoy a barbecue, afternoon tea, music and children’s activities in Tring over the long weekend.
June 5 in Hemel Hempstead town centre
Have fun with giant games, a Jubilee bus and a music stage.
Friday - Sunday throughout June in the Marlowes Shopping Centre.
Look at local art and Sabbi Gavrailov’s Anatomy of a Portrait - Queen Elizabeth II.
Until June 12 in Hemel Hempstead town centre
Residents are invited to explore the town centre with a history trail and receive a fun pack.