Greenwich St. Patrick's Day Parade

Greenwich Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
Sunday, March 19, 2023, at 2:00 PM
Beginning at the Greenwich Town Hall
The Greenwich St. Patrick's Day Parade is a lively and vibrant celebration that brings together the local community and visitors from all over honor the patron saint of Ireland. On March 19, 2023, the streets of Greenwich will be alive with the sound of bagpipes, drums, and cheers as the parade march through town. If needed, there will be shuttle buses taking marchers from the parking area by the finish (Island Beach parking lot) to the start of the parade at Town Hall.
As the parade begins, the air is filled with the sweet scent of blooming flowers and the greenery that adorns the displays and costumes. The parade is led by a group of Irishmen and women dressed in traditional Celtic attire, playing lively tunes on their bagpipes and drums. As they march through the streets, they are followed by colorful floats decorated with shamrocks, leprechauns, and pots of gold, creating a festive and joyful atmosphere.
People of all ages, dressed in green from head to toe, line the streets, waving Irish flags and cheering as the floats and marching bands pass by. Local schools, dance groups, and sports teams also participate in the parade, showcasing their talents and Irish pride. The energy of the crowd is contagious, and everyone is swept up in the excitement of the day.
Along the parade route, vendors sell traditional Irish food and drinks, such as corned beef and cabbage, shepherd's pie, and Guinness beer. The smell of the food and the sound of the music create an irresistible combination that brings everyone together in celebration.
As the parade comes to a close, the streets are filled with the sound of laughter and the joyous chatter of friends and family as they make their way to local bars and restaurants to continue the festivities. The Greenwich St. Patrick's Day Parade is a celebration of the Irish culture, community, and spirit, and a day that is sure to create memories for all who participate.
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