MORRISTOWN, NJ - The 2020 St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled in March due to the pandemic but organizers were hopeful that the parade could and would be rescheduled for September. 

The rescheduled parade was slated for September 19, however, that too has now been canceled. 

Last week the Trustees of the Morris County St. Patrick's Day Parade met and decided to cancel the September parade "in light of the continued struggle with the global pandemic".

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 "It was decided the parade will be held on March 13th 2021 and our Grand Marshal will be our standing 2020 Grand Marshal Mary Waller", the committee wrote on Facebook. "Congratulations Mary!".

"We hope and pray the world will normalize by March and parade day will happen once again", the post read. "If you were a 2020 sponsor, you are now a 2021 sponsor". 

 

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