The Syracuse St Patrick’s Parade was founded by Nancy Duffy. It all began with a meeting at Coleman’s Pub and Nancy’s strong desire to bring her Irish heritage and culture to the streets of Syracuse, New York.
The 2018 Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade is Saturday, March 17 at noon.
The Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade joins the Central New York community in mourning the loss of our colleague and friend, 2011 Grand Marshal Richard P. “Richie” Walsh.
Information about services is available at http://www.edwardjryanandson.com/obituary/Capt.-Richard-P.-Walsh/Syracuse-NY/1728016
Countdown to the Parade: Saturday, March 17, 2018 @ noon
BECOME A SPONSOR
The Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade Committee is requesting donations for the 36th Annual Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade. Parade Corporate Sponsorships through the $15,000 level help organizers underwrite the cost of staging, youth transportation, promotional materials, and awards.
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2017 Rose and Rosebuds
ROSE OF SYRACUSE
The St. Patrick’s Parade Committee is looking for a lass between the ages of 18 through 23, of Irish descent, to represent the great city of Syracuse. We would like to highlight a strong woman, who is volunteering her time to make this city even greater and who is proud of her Irish heritage. The Syracuse program will be fashioned after the internationally known Rose of Tralee program. The selected Rose of Syracuse would be highlighted at The Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade and would participate in all parade festivities! If you know of anyone who you would like to nominate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (copy and paste the above link if no email client opens).
Please return the application via the above email no later than December 10, 2016. (Deadline extended to January 22, 2017)
NEW FOR 2017! Rosebud of Syracuse. The Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade Committee is looking to begin a Rosebud Program for girls of Irish heritage, ages 5-12. This will be a non-competitive program to provide young ladies to celebrate their Irish heritage through participation in the parade and other events sponsored by the parade.