Manchester St. Pats Parade

A great community event

It’s OVER and it was GREAT!

Posted By on Mar 28, 2022

The 25th Manchester Saint Patrick’s Parade is in the books. After a 2-year hiatus due to Covid we finally brought this wonderful Parade down Elm Street. By all accounts it was worth the wait. Five Pipe Bands, seven marching bands including all 3 city high school bands, the Muchachos, 5 Irish dance groups, unicyclists, clowns, fire trucks, Mini Monster trucks, go carts and much more. None of this happens without the businesses...

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Posted By on Mar 25, 2022

The Manchester Saint Patrick’s Parade Committee would like to recognize this important day for our Greek Brothers and Sisters. The Irish culture and the Greek culture have been intertwined here in the Queen City for many years dating back to both cultures immigrating to this country and settling in close proximity to each other. In 1821, the Greeks rose up against the Ottoman Empire which had occupied Greece for almost 400...

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Line of March

Posted By on Mar 23, 2022

2022 Line of March Click here to view our sponsors page 25 th Annual Saint Patrick’s Parade Sunday, March 27 at noon Grand Marshal: Stephanie McLaughlin Bektash Shriner Clowns and Calliope Manchester Fire Department Trucks Barnstead Fire Truck Police Motorcycles Manchester Police Department Security Car Banner: HERE COME THE IRISH American Legion Henry J. Sweeney Post 2 Colors GRAND MARSHAL DIVISION Sponsored by: Millennium Running...

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    The Manchester St. Patrick’s Parade Committee is proud to announce the 2020 St. Patrick’s Parade Grand Marshal, Stephanie McLaughlin! Born and raised in Manchester NH into a large Irish Catholic family, Stephanie attended Manchester Central High School before heading to Boston for college, where she studied Journalism and Political Science at Northeastern University. After college, Stephanie worked for The Boston Globe,...

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We (The Manchester Saint Patrick’s Parade Committee) were hard at work Saturday, March 5th, painting the Shamrocks Downtown on Elm St in preparation for the 25th annual Manchester Saint Patrick’s Parade that will take place on March 27th. Sunday, March 27th promises to be a huge day for our City as the Millennium Running Stonyfield Organic Lil’ Leprechaun Runs (kids 8 and under, 100-yard fun run) will start at 10:15 AM, followed...

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Joyce Craig, Mayor of Manchester, has proclaimed the entire month of March as Irish Heritage month. Immigrants from Ireland helped build our city in the 1800’s, and with 20% of our community identifying as Irish-American, Manchester is one of the most Irish cities in the country! Let’s Celebrate and bring our 25th Saint Patrick’s Parade down Elm Street on Sunday, March 27th at 12 noon!

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Welcome Amoskeag Beverages!

Posted By on Feb 15, 2022

The Manchester St. Patrick’s Parade Committee is proud to welcome Amoskeag Beverages back as a major sponsor for the  Parade! We can only bring this Parade down Elm Street with the help of sponsors like Amoskeag Beverages! Thank you Ed Murphy and the entire team at Amoskeag Beverages! Amoskeag Beverages has a long and distinguished past deeply rooted in New Hampshire history. The company was incorporated in 1946, operating in a...

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Posted By on Jan 2, 2022

Great News, The 25th Manchester Saint Patrick’s Parade is going to be held on Sunday, March 27, 2022 after a 2 year hiatus due to the ongoing pandemic. As of today, and after following the scientific facts and advice from local health professionals, we are planning to host the 2th Parade this year. We have invited the Pipe Bands, High School Bands, and many other performers that you are used to seeing in our very festive...

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The month of March is an important time of the year for our restaurants, especially those in the downtown. St. Patrick’s Day itself and St. Patrick’s parade day are two of the biggest days of the year for many restaurants. They are and will take a big hit with the Covid-19 virus. In discussion with one of the restaurants that is a long time sponsor of the Manchester St. Patrick’s Parade, they suggested a way that the...

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