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Are they Having the St Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City?

What is the St Patrick’s Day Parade?

The New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade is an annual parade organized by the Irish Community of New York City to honour Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland while celebrating their Irish culture and heritage.



The event brings together lots of [people who come together to celebrate their identity and culture.

The parade is led each year by a Grand Marshal and brings together correspondents from all the uniformed services in New York City who hail from the Irish community in New York.



Are they Having The St Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City?



Yes, the St. Patrick’s day Parade is said to be taking place in New York this year as it is always done in honour of Saint Patrick.


Grand Marshalls Who Have Ever officiated The St. Patrick’s Day

 
Grand Marshal Year Description
James T. Callahan 2020-22 General President of the International Union of Operating Engineers.
Brian O’Dwyer 2019 Former Commissioner of the United States National Commission.
Loretta Brennan Glucksman 2018 Chairman of The American Ireland Fund.
Michael J. Dowling 2017 CEO of Northwell Health.
Senator George J. Mitchell 2016 Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader and United States Special Envoy for Northern Ireland.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan 2015 Archbishop of New York.

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