Hudson Valley St. Patrick's Day Parades

Whether you are attending or involved, St. Patrick's Day Parades are tons of fun

St. Patrick’s Day was a day for the patron saint of Ireland, but as time went on, this became a national celebration filled with parties, food, dancing, fun, green, music, and of course, parades! Parades are the most popular events in the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.  So to save you the time so you can have more fun, here are some Hudson Valley listings down below:

Hooley Shooters: St Patrick's Concert. Newburgh. March 5, 2pm. 
The Hooley Shooters are returning to the Newburgh Free Library to offer a concert of Irish classics, oldies, and pub favorites just in time for St. Paddy's Day!

Beacon's St. Patrick's Day Parade of Green. Beacon. March 11, 12pm. Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Beacon with family fun and a parade! 

35th Annual Shamrock Run. Kingston. March 12, 12:50pm. 
The Irish Cultural Center of the Hudson Valley (ICCHV) is pleased to announce the 35th Annual Shamrock Run. This annual two-mile fun run precedes the Kingston Saint Patrick’s Parade. Participants are invited to gather at Academy Green for pre-run entertainment, and with a cannon blast at 12:50pm sharp, runners and walkers will race down the heart of Kingston and end at the foot of Broadway. 

Mid-Hudson St. Patrick's Parade. Goshen. March 12, 2pm. Join the Village of Goshen for the 46th Mid-Hudson St. Patrick’s Parade with Thomas J. McCarthy as the 2023 Grand Marshal. There will be a 1pm parade line-up for marchers and a 2pm parade step off. 

St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Kingston. March 12, 1pm. The Parade will line up in the Kingston Plaza at 11:30am and will step off at 1pm. 

Happy St. Patrick’s Day Movie Screening for Kids. Woodstock. March 17, 4pm.
Kids are invited to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a screening of the Disney classic, Darby O’Gill and The Little People, followed by a take-home craft. 

St. Patrick's Day Dinner. Highland. March 17, 4pm. 
Join La Cucina Rosalie for a delicious dinner of Corned Beef and Cabbage and stay for a show! The Celtic Heels are back again with Irish Dancing. The dance show begins at 7pm. Suggested donation of $5 per person. Reservations are not required but highly suggested. 

Saint Patrick's Day Parade. Jeffersonville. March 18, 1pm.
Come out and celebrate Irish heritage at our annual Saint Patrick's Day parade in Jeffersonville. Rain, Snow, or Shine! Line up is at noon near the Lion's Field, parade kicks off at 1pm. Drawing for 2 Bethel Woods season lawn passes will take place and be announced during the parade.

St. Pat’s Ramble. Montgomery. March 18, 1pm. The St Pat’s Ramble starts at the corner of Union Street (Route 211) and River Street in the village of Montgomery, NY. 
The parade marches down Union Street, makes a left on Clinton Street, and then makes a left on Bridge Street where the parade ends. There is bleacher seating at St. Mary’s Church on Union Street providing an ideal location to take in the entire parade. The St Pat’s Ramble Grand Marshal Band Stand is between Clinton and Union Street. There are sidewalks on both sides of the street to view the parade along the marching route. The St. Pat’s Ramble starts promptly at 1pm. 

Wallkill / Shawangunk 36th St. Patricks’ Day Parade. Wallkill. March 19, 2pm. The event is from 2-4 pm. Line up at 1 pm.; kick-off at 2 pm from John G Borden Middle School, 109 Bona Ventura Ave., Wallkill. 

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Last updated: 2/24/2023

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