Local residents come together for the annual Secaucus Street Fair

As per their yearly tradition, this weekend Secaucus is holding their street fair from October 1st until October 3rd. The fair was originally supposed to take place in June, but concerns over Covid delayed the function just a few months. That didn’t stop residents from attending in droves and enjoying the proceedings.

There were many vendors both local and from out of state that set up tents to provide food, drinks, jewelry, wood workings, and even henna tattoos among an assortment of other things for people to enjoy. The fair took place in downtown Secaucus on Paterson Plank Road and was helped set up by Mayor Michael Gonnelli, event coordinator Susan Flanagan, and the Town Council.

Unfortunately because of the pandemic that took place last year, they were not able to hold the event as they usually do. But their return this year promises to show great turnouts and bring the community together for lots of fun and interaction. If you were unaware that the street fair was going on, it’s not too late to attend, as they will be operating from 2pm – 11pm on Saturday and from 1pm – 6pm on Sunday.

Stop by to enjoy great live music, delicious food, and fun games for everyone!