The 41st annual Bronx Columbus Day Parade was celebrated on Sunday, October 8 in Morris Park
Bronx Columbus Day Parade Marches Into History
Grand marshal Councilman Vacca enjoyed the ride down Morris Park Avenue.
Local elected officials waved to parade goers as they marched down Morris Park Avenue.
New York Italian Consul General Francesco Genuardi celebrated Italian pride and America’s discovery by explorer Christopher Columbus.
Bronx Columbus Day Parade organizer Tony Signorile led the crowd in celebration.
Morris Park Community Association’s Frank Agovino (l), vice president and Al D’Angelo, president, drove in a MPCA Neighborhood Patrol car at this year’s parade.
Public Advocate Letitia James with a larger-than-life bust of Christopher Columbus provided by Columbus Citizens Foundation.
(front, l-r) Phil Foglia, John Fratta, Angelo Vivolo, parade organizer Signorile and Joe Reggierio led many Bronxites in celebrating the historic occasion.
Bronx Miss Columbus Jessica Morrone (l) and her mother, Diana were sunshine on a rainy day.
Uguaglianza Northeast Bronx Lodge #83 members joined in the celebration.
Liam Ricci was able to see his first Bronx Columbus Day Parade.
Mayoral candidate Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis shared some words of wisdom.
Joe Reggierio (l) from Governor Cuomo’s Office awarded proclamations to this year’s honorees.
Tess (l) and Frances marched with the Great Fife and Drum Band.
Morris Park residents Jose and Michelle Cruz had a great view of the parade at Loreto Park.
The Star of the Sea-Sea Cadets Marching Band gave a crowd pleasing performance.
The rain didn’t spoil anyone’s fun at this year’s 41st annual Bronx Columbus Day Parade.
Nearly 100 schools, community groups and marching bands participated in the time honored tradition on Sunday, October 8 in Morris Park.
Adults and children cheered from the sidelines as the groups marched up Morris Park Avenue from White Plains to Williamsbridge roads.
Updated 5:12 pm, July 9, 2018