Rutherford residents Gloria Keeler, Lori Henry and Kristina Gagliardi-Wilson
Holiday weekends will always be synonymous with festive events and celebrations. On Saturday, East Rutherford continued the excitement for day two of their 9th Annual Columbus Day Festival and Parade. The streets were flooded with residents enjoying delicious food from local vendors, adventurous activities, live musical performances, and so much more.
To support breast cancer awareness month, members of the East Rutherford fire department set up a station to raise money for the Hackensack Hospital by selling t-shirts.
If you couldn’t make it October 6 or 7, don’t worry. There’s still one more day to bring in the fun. Sunday the festival and parade will take place from 12 to 7 p.m.
Chris Monroe | OMJ.comThousands came out to enjoy the East Rutherford Columbus Day Parade and Festival
Chris Monroe | OMJ.comGreat eats were on hand
Chris Monroe | OMJ.comEvent organizer Cliff Witmyer of Cliffhanger Productions with friends, Raquel Brizzi and Nancy Banca of East Rutherford
Chris Monroe | OMJ.comThe East Rutherford Fire Department sold Breast Cancer Awareness T Shirts to benefit Hackensack Hospital
Chris Monroe | OMJ.comRutherford residents Gloria Keeler, Lori Henry and Kristina Gagliardi-Wilson +5