About the Parade
Long Branch Mayor John Pallone and Parade Chairman, Joseph Mercadante are proud to welcome back the Long Branch Columbus Day Parade on Sunday, October 17, 2021.
The Columbus Day Parade has a long history in the City of Long Branch dating back to 1946, and therefore is the perfect setting for the parade because of the diverse nationalities that reside in this city.
This year’s Grand Marshal will be Anthony “Tony” Perri owner of Fine Fare Supermarket who has continuously help the community.
For the past sixteen years, Joseph Mercadante has been the Parade’s Chairman and has sponsored the parade with the help of the City of Long Branch.
This year the parade will follow a route beginning at the Long Branch Middle School proceeding up Bath Avenue, right on Broadway and down Morris Avenue and back to Long Branch Middle School.
The parade will consist of several local high school bands, from Long Branch, Shore Regional, Monmouth Regional, Ocean, as well as other festival bands. There will also be motorcycles, antique cars, floats from area businesses, Boy/Girl Scout Troops, and Local, State and County Officials. For more information, please contact Joseph Mercadante at 732-233-7579 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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