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2010 Detroit Saint Patrick Day Parade

Sunday, March 14th, 2010 at 2:00 pm

 

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Everyone is Welcome! Please come down to Michigan Avenue and Celebrate!

Sponsored by the United Irish Societies in metro Detroit for fifty years, the Parade always convenes the Sunday prior to March 17th and promptly steps off at 2:00 P.M. sharp.

The Parade route is along Michigan Avenue in the area known as "Corktown", so designated for its history as home to many early arriving immigrants from Ireland and specifically, County Cork. The Parade covers a dozen or so blocks and passes historic Tiger Stadium and the Gaelic League/Irish American Club.

Persons, Groups, Societies, Bands, Marching Groups, Novelty Groups, or others who may be interested in participating should feel free to contact the United Irish Societies for details as to the application process, fees, rules, and regulations.

The United Irish Societies determine the numbers of participants and the composition of the Parade. A reply to all inquiries will be provided as soon as possible to all requests.
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The United Irish Societies sponsors, stages, and funds an annual St. Patrick Parade for the Detroit Metropolitan community and has done for nearly fifty years.

The Parade always convenes the Sunday prior to March 17th and always steps off at 2:00 P.M. sharp.

The Parade route is along Michigan Avenue in the area known as "Corktown", so designated for its history as home to many early arriving immigrants from Ireland and particularly, County Cork. The Parade covers a dozen or so blocks and passes historic Tiger Stadium and the Gaelic League/Irish American Club.

Persons, Groups, Societies, Bands, Marching Groups, Novelty Groups, or others who may be interested in participating should feel free to contact the United Irish Societies for details as to the application process, fees, rules, and regulations.

The United Irish Societies determines the numbers of participants and the composition of the Parade. A reply to all inquiries will be provided as soon as possible to all requests. A deadline for application is February 15, 2006. If a more urgent answer is required, a phone message may be left at either:

311 963 5745 or 311 928 0881
United Irish Societies President
Dennis Hayes
dh1851@comcast.net

Detroit, MI www.detroitirish.org/parade/index.html