NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley is ready to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Local tradition calls for everyone in the township to become Irish on the first Saturday of March! 

Nutley Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade 2020 Dignitaries:
Grand Marshal: Honorable Karen Smith
Deputy Grand Marshal: Brian Blum
Member of the Year: Dan Kane
Parade Queen: Erin Baker
Police Officer of the Year: Detective Robert McDermott

March 7th Parade Day Events:
St Mary's Church ,Saint Patrick's Mass 10:00 a.m.
Holy Family parade line up 12:00 p.m.
Parade start 1:00 p.m.

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It is a tradition of almost all of the St. Patrick's Day Parades to have a pin to represent the parade. Our pin is full of symbolism this year, and we would like to share it with you. The Sword is the Gaelic symbol of justice, and our Grand Marshal Hon. Karen M. Smith is a retired judge and former prosecutor. The plaid on the pin is symbolic of the Cockburn tartan which is the tartan of South Park District Pipes and Drums, the band which our Deputy Grand Marshal Brian Blum is a drummer. The shape of the pin might seem a little unique and might look familiar. It's the shape of an acorn and is the same acorn that is in the seal of the Township of Nutley! The names of all of our dignitaries of this year's parade can be found on the back of the pin. We hope to see you today, Saturday, March 7th 1pm Harrison St to Franklin Avenue!

TAPinto Nutley is proud return as a sponsor of the Nutley Irish American Association's St. Patrick;s Day Parade. 

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