Great news. The St. Patrick's Day Parade in Hamilton Township (Mercer County) is BACK ON for 2022, according to TAPinto Hamilton/Robbinsville. Yay.

After being canceled for the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mercer Street and Nottingham Way will be filled once again with everything green...bands, floats, bagpipes, and much, much more. The date is set. It will be Saturday, March 12th. Step off will be at 12:30pm from the Nottingham Firehouse.

Hamiltonian, Jerry Sheridan will finally get his chance to be the Grand Marshal, a role he had been picked for in 2020 before the pandemic began. Sheridan has served on the parade committee for over twenty years.

Steinert graduate, Nicole Brown will finally get to be Miss St. Patrick. She was also selected 2 years ago, before the cancellations.

To be honest, I wasn't sure if this parade was going to happen this year either because of huge spike in cases recently, but, the number of positive cases has now gone down considerably.

Get ready to have some fun. I have awesome memories of being a part of this parade with everyone else from 'PST. Maybe we'll show up this year too.

Tell your friends and wear your green, because everybody's Irish for the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Hamilton.

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