Parish authorities are hoping to gather special memories of Jersey people who remember the island's occupation during World War II.
Liberation Square was opened by Prince Charles on the 9 May 1995
It is part of the run up to the commemorations planned to mark the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the island on 9 May.
Several parishes are organising their own ways to remember what happened.
People living in Trinity will be able to see an exhibition of occupation memorabilia at their parish hall.
A commemoration is held every year, with the Bailiff leading a procession from Howard Davis Park to Liberation Square.
Liberation day is an important bank holiday for Jersey people, many of whom experienced the occupation at first-hand.
Jersey was occupied by German forces for almost five years during WWII.