Also in Connecticut:
- Irish Pubs
- Irish Associations
- Irish Dancing Schools
- Pipe Bands
- Fun Runs
- Irish Music Festivals
- Tourist Attractions
Connecticut State Parades 2014
Greater Danbury Ancient Order of Hibernians
Step off from Rogers Park at 2PM to West Street and Town Hall parking lot.
Monday March 17, 2014 at 12noon
2014 Grand Marshal, Terry O’Connor
Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 11:00 a.m
Come down to the parade route early and get your seat! The parade begins at Capitol Avenue by the State Capital, takes a left on Main Street, a left on Asylum, a left on Ford Street, and then ends by the Memorial Arch. The parade is held rain or shine.
2014 Greenwich St Patrick’s Parade
Greenwich Hibernian Association is sponsoring their 36th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade The parade will form at the Greenwich, Connecticut Town Hall at 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT and march down Greenwich Avenue.
Sunday, March 23th, 2014 at 1PM
“The Mystic Irish Parade Foundation is proud to recognize the 2014 parade as our historic 11th annual parade. We are thrilled to have established such a popular and growing tradition in Mystic and for the surrounding communities.Your help and participation has made this event, a keystone in family entertainment and the pivotal Irish/Celtic cultural event in southeastern CT.”
Sunday, March 16th 2014 11:00 am
Downtown New Haven
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade tradition was born in New Haven on March 17, 1842, when about 90 members of the Hibernian Provident Society. Over 300,000 spectators expected to line the streets of the Elm City for the 2014 Greater New Haven St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Grand Marshal, Kelly Canning Ruickoldt; Chairperson, Timothy F. Gallogly; Secretary, Colleen A.M.B. Hines; Chief of Staff, Cliff Lynch; Treasurer, Kevin A. Smith; Parade Coordinator, Petisia M. Adger; Assistant Coordinators, Candace Boyle Whalen, Monica A. Canning-Ball; Executive Chairman, Robert Shanley; Executive Secretary, Kevin J. Smith.