On Memorial Day we take a moment to honor Americans who have fought and died while in service to our country. For many Americans, this past year has been extremely challenging. As more people get vaccinated and outdoor events resume, some towns have decided to bring back their Memorial Day Parades in a safe way. Remember to wear your masks if you and the family decide to head out and celebrate and stay home if anyone is feeling unwell. Memorial Day is also a time of celebration, as it marks the unofficial start to summer and we’ve listed some of the places you can catch a good old fashioned parade. Be sure to check this page frequently as dates, times and participating towns may change.

Looking for a unique way to pay tribute to fallen heroes? Ancestry.com is using the #iSaluteFor hashtag, so you can share stories of military family members. On Monday, there’s a live “50-Story Salute” with members from veteran’s organizations sharing stories of strength and hope.

May 31, 8:15 am: Children’s Patriotic Bicycle Brigade, 9 am: Parade

May 31, 10:30am

Bound Brook
May 31, 10 am

Clark Township
May 31, 9 am

May 30, 12-2pm

May 31, 10 am

May 31, 10am-12pm

Glen Ridge
May 31, 11 am

May 31, 1:30

May 31, 10:30 am

Lawrence Township
May 29, 10 am

Morris Plains
May 29, 9:30am

Old Tappan
May 31, 9:30 am

May 31, 11:30am-1pm

Roselle Park
May 31, 10am-12pm

Saddle Brook
May 30, 1-5pm

May 31, 9am

Washington Twp.
May 31, 10 am

May 31, 10 am

May 30, 6 pm

Woodland Park
May 31, 11 am

May 31, 12pm

*if your town is having a parade and would like to be included, please email angel@njfamily.com