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Atlantic City Saint Patrick's Day Parade

Saturday March 14th, 2015   1pm

on the Atlantic City Boardwalk

The St. Patrick's Day Committee has announced the following activities related to the upcoming 30th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade set for Saturday, March 14th:

Beginning at 1 PM marchers will travel on the world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk to Albany Avenue.

 

This year's Grand Marshal's are:

William and Michael McMenamin.

 

This year’s parade promises to be a festival of color, music and fun featuring marching bands from area high schools, string bands, Irish step dancers, bagpipers and floats.

Local organizations including business owners from taverns, restaurants and bars such as Maynard’s Café, Ducktown Tavern, The Irish Pub, Kelly’s Corner, and McGettigan’s 19th Hole, will all be a part of the celebration.

Contact us by calling (609) 742-9092, send us an email or via

c/o Atlantic City Saint Patrick's Day Parade

PO Box 1524

Atlantic City, New Jersey 08404

 

Parade Badges

The Atlantic City Saint Patrick's Day Parade is now selling parade badges.

badge

This attractive collectable is only $10.00. All proceeds go the parade!

You can contact us by calling (609) 742-9092, or via

c/o Atlantic City Saint Patrick's Day Parade

PO Box 1524

Atlantic City, New Jersey 08404

 

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