Saint Patricks Day Parade and After Party NJ

Dated: 02/22/2012

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The Parade and After Party have been rescheduled!

The  Burlington County Saint Patrick’s Day Parade will be held on Saturday March 31, 2012 in Downtown Mount Holly. The Parade Route will run down the length of High Street Starting near the Fairgrounds Plaza and Continue to the bottom of the hill, turning onto Washington Street and ending at the Town Hall. The Parade will  kick off at 1 P.M.


We hope that everyone will join us after the Parade at the Official Parade After Party!!!

The party will take place at the High Street Grill.  right along the parade route.  In addition to a great day of fun filled activities inside the Grill we will also have a large heated tent in the parking lot.  All day long and into the night we will have several great Irish bands on two stages both in the tent and in the bar, Irish dancers, Great Irish food and Parade shirts for sale.


For more information visit:  mounthollyparade.com

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Jim Mazzerina

ABR, CRS, E-Pro, RSPS, SFR, SRES Jim is a “Jersey boy” originally from north Jersey in the Totowa, Little Falls area. He made the move to Stafford about 30 years ago, after finding the perfect....

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  • Posted by maryellen bonelli
    03/01/2012
    High Street Grill is owned by The McDevitt Family, originally from Surf City.

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