Looking to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a great local parade this year? We’ve got you covered!
Check out the Scituate St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 20th at 1pm. Considered to be the largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade on the South Shore, the route begins at Gates Middle School on First Parish Road and ends at Hatherly Road by the Satuit Tavern. For directions and more detail on the parade route, including a map, visit the Scituate Parade website. For even more updates, become a fan of the Scituate St. Patrick’s Day page on Facebook!
Support the Parade at the following Scituate events:
St. Pat’s Plunge: Saturday, March 12th at noon on Peggoty Beach. Join the dozens of men and women of all ages as they take a plunge into the chilled waters of the “Irish Riviera” to raise money for the parade. Take a dip yourself, or sponsor a swimmer!
Other local St. Patrick’s Day Parades include:
Cape Cod St. Patrick’s Day Parade: Saturday, March 5th at 11am in. Route starts at the corner of School St. & Rte. 28 in West Dennis. Grand Marshal will be “Irish” Micky Ward, and the 2011 St. Patrick’s Parade Queen will be American Idol finalist Siobhan Magnus. For details call 508-362-PADY (7239).
Abington St. Patrick’s Day Parade: Sunday, March 20th at 1pm. Starts in Abington Center. For more information call 781-878-1570.
South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade: Sunday, March 20th at 1pm in Boston. Listed as the second largest parade in the country, and is broadcast on live TV. The Chief Marshal’s Banquet will be held on Sunday afternoon, March 6th at Saint Monica’s/Saint Augustine’s Church Hall in South Boston at 1pm. There will be distinguished guests and an excellent corn-beef and cabbage dinner. Tickets are $25 per person, contact Philip Wuschke Jr. at 781-436-3377 for more information.