The Parade is Always on "Thee Day", March 17th. It Always starts @ Noon Unless on Sunday. If it is on a Sunday the parade will start @ 1:00 pm.
The parade participants are to assemble at Fourth and Walnut Streets no earlier than 11am. The Parade will start promptly at NOON.
Folks wishing to participate in the parade should review the rules and regulation and complete the Parade Entry Application on the Entry Application /Rules page. Click the tab at the top
Grand Marshals of the 2020 AND 2021 Saint Patrick's Day Parade!
The City has allowed the 38th Annual Saint Patrick's Day Parade to PROCEED--with several restrictions. ALL participants and spectators MUST wear a mask, and stay within your OWN group. If you do not think you can make it through the Parade with a mask on, then although you WILL be missed, we ask that you PLEASE stay home this year. Also for the first time, NO CANDY may be handed out along the Parade route, and--as always--none can be thrown from floats!! Again, these rules are to protect yourself and others from spreading the COVID 19 virus.
We realize this IS a "festive day" for the Irish at heart, but P-L-E-A-S-E remember these simple rules and also REMIND fellow participants of te same. OPEN CONTAINER VIOLATIONS CARRY A FINE IN EXCESS OF $200, so DON'T ruin your day or jeopardize your State driving privileges by violating these two or ANY of the previously agreed upon rules.
Looking forward to seeing you March 17th in the 38th Annual Parade!!
ERIN GO BRAGH!!
Tim & Committee
Forever Remembered at their Post!!
"Ar dheis De go raibh an - anamacha dilse"