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2011 Boston Saint Patrick's Day Parade

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2011 Abington St. Patrick's Day Parade,
2011 South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade
2011Cape Cod Parade St. Patrick's Day Parade

2011Holyoke St. Patrick's Day Parade
2011Lawrence St. Patrick's Day Parade Cancelled
2011Scituate St. Patrick's Day Parade,
2011Worcester St. Patrick's Day Parade
2011Manchester St. Patrick's Day Parade, NH

 

 

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2011 Abington St. Patrick's Day Parade

Sunday, March 20th, 2011 1:00 pm

Starts: Abington Center 

781 878-1570 or 781-878-7785


2011 South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade

Sunday, March 20th, 2011, at 1:00 pm City of Boston

Starts: Broadway South Boston

617 268-7955


2011 Cape Cod Parade St. Patrick's Day Parade

Saturday, March 5th, 2011 at 11:00 am

Cape Cod - Yarmouth
Starts: Corner of School St, & Rte. 28, West Dennis
508 362-PADY (7239)

2011 Holyoke St. Patrick's Day Parade

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

City of Holyoke 11:50 am

Starts: Downtown Holyoke

413 533-1700


2011 Lawrence St. Patrick's Day Parade

Cancelled

Sunday, March 6th, 2011 at 1:00 pm

City of Lawrence

Starts: City Hall

978 794-5858


2011 Scituate St. Patrick's Day Parade

Sunday, March 20th, 2011 at 1:00 pm

Town of Scituate

Starts: Gate Middle School, First Parish Rd
781 545-6671


2011 Worcester St. Patrick's Day Parade

Sunday, March 13th, 2011 at 12 noon

City of Worcester

Starts: Park Avenue
 

2011 Manchester St. Patrick's Day Parade, NH

Sunday, March 27th, 2011 at 12 noon

Manchester, NH
Starts: Elm Street Downtown Manchester

 

 

 

 

 

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Boston's St. Patrick's Day Parade

2011 Boston Saint Patrick's Day Parade,
South Boston -- This year's 110th annual parade date is Sunday, March 20th. South Boston is Boston's most Irish neighborhood and has a glorious tradition of helping others while keeping Irish heritage alive. The parade committee is headed by John Hurley, a Navy veteran and South Boston native.(1:00 p.m.) 617 258-7955
 

Other 2011 Saint Patrick's Day Parades in Massachusetts
Here are the dates of the 2011 St. Patrick's Day parades in Massachusetts.

 

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2011 Scituate Saint Patrick's Day Parade -
Gates School, Scituate - Scituate's 12th annual St. Patrick's Day parade is popular among the South Shore and Cape Cod communities. The parade ends at scenic Scituate Harbor. Scituate is nicknamed the Irish Riviera, since many Irish politicians like James Michael Curley and the Kennedys liked to vacation there in summer.(1:00 p.m.) 781 545-6671

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2011 Worcester Saint Patrick's Day Parade
Mill Street, Worcester - The 23rd annual St. Patrick's Day Parade celebrates the Irish of Central Massachusetts, who began settling in the Worcester area as early as 1718. In 1825 Irish immigrants came to Worcester to build the city's canals and roadways, and the community flourished thereafter. (Noon)

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2011 Holyoke Saint Patrick's Day Parade
Downtown Holyoke - The 55th annual Holyoke Parade is reckoned to be one of the largest in the nation. The parade is the culmination of numerous Irish events in March that celebrate the Irish community of western Massachusetts, many of whom emigrated from County Kerry and the Blasket Islands in the 20th century. (Noon) 411 533-1700

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2011 Boston's Saint Patrick's Day Parade
Broadway, South Boston - This year's 110th annual parade honors the 'Men and Women of the Armed Forces' and features marching bands and pipe bands from throughout America. South Boston is Boston's most Irish neighborhood, and has a glorious tradition of helping others while keeping Irish heritage alive. The parade committee is led by John Hurley, a Navy veteran and South Boston native.(1:00 p.m.) 617 258-7955

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2011 Scituate Saint Patrick's Day Parade
Gates School, Scituate -- Scituate's 13th annual St. Patrick's Day parade is popular along the South Shore and Cape Cod communities. The parade ends at the scenic Scituate Harbor. Scituate is nicknamed the Irish Riviera, since many Irish politicians like James Michael Curley and the Kennedy's liked to vacation there in summer.(1:00 p.m.) 781 545-6671

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Manchester Saint Patrick's Day Parade

 

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2011 Abington Saint Patrick's Day Parade,
 

 

2011 Lawrence Saint Patrick's Day Parade,

 

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Ireland on Parade Concert
Fuller Museum of Art
455 Oak Street, Brockton
Acclaimed singer Patricia Brady is performing two shows on St. Patrick's Day eve with an all-star cast of musicians, singers and dancers. Known as the Irish Nightingale and praised by the New York Times for her "sweetness and purity of tone," Brady was named one of the "100 Outstanding Irish-Americans." in 2000 by Irish America Magazine. Ms. Brady has traveled around the world as a performer of classical, popular and traditional melodies. She is being joined at the Ireland on Parade concert by Highland piper Matt McArthur, and the Greene-O'Leary School of Irish Dance. Also appearing are the Collegiate Choir from Stonehill College and the Concert Choir from Oliver Ames High School, directed by Charlene Dalrymple. Ms. Brady's concert typically includes some of Ireland's most mellifluous melodies by composers like Thomas Moore, James L. Molloy, Chauncy Olcott and others. Part of the performance includes an old fashioned Irish sing along. (11:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. shows) $15 general admission, $10 for museum members  508 588-6000, x 100 www.fullermuseum.org

2011 Worcester St. Patrick's Day Parades
Mill Street, Worcester
The 24th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade celebrates the Irish of Central Massachusetts, who began settling in the Worcester area as early as 1718. In 1825 Irish immigrants came to Worcester to build the city's canals and roadways, ad the community flourished thereafter. (Noon) 508 755-1855

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Charitable Irish Society's Annual Dinner
Formed in 1737 by Boston Irish merchants, the Charitable Irish Society is the oldest Irish organization in North America. Each year its members gather on St. Patrick's Day to celebrate their long standing traditions of friendship and goodwill toward the Irish immigrant community. (Check back for more details)

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2011 Holyoke St. Patrick's Day Parade
Downtown Holyoke - The 55th annual Holyoke Parade is reckoned to be one of the largest in the nation. The parade is the culmination of numerous Irish events in March that celebrate the Irish community of western Massachusetts, many of whom emigrated from County Kerry and the Blasket Islands in the 20th century. (Noon) 411 533-1700

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Northern Ireland Artist Exhibit: "Sea, Land, Sky" - Lawrence Heritage State Park at One Jackson St. in Lawrence hosts works of eleven Irish artists from the McGilloway Gallery in Derry. The exhibit is free. For more information call (978) 470-0200.

Every Monday in March
Step Dancing Lessons - Come to The Burren in Davis Square for free Irish step dancing lessons. Every Monday in the back room at 8:00 pm. Beginners welcome! www.burren.com.

March 1 - April 1
Boston College's Irish Film Series - All through march The West Newton Cinema hosts Boston College's Irish Film Series. Visit www.bc.edu/bc_org/cas/irish/calendar.html for more information.

March 1 - April 30
"Trading Places" - This exhibit, featuring color photos of Judy Enright of Ireland and Dermot Conlan will be at the South Shore Natural Science Center Monday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is located at Jacobs Lane (off Rte. 113) in Norwell. For more information, call (781) 659-2559.

February 15 - March 10
"This Lime Tree Bower" - Three Irish lads, three yarns, one fateful night. Irish playwright Conor McPherson's coming-of-age tale is staged by the Sugan Theatre Company. Carmel O'Reilly directs. For tickets, call the Boston Center for the Arts at (617) 425-2787.  

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Artist Seamus Healy - His works are on display at HC Studio ("meet the Artist Reception" on Sunday, March 11, at HC Studio from 2 p.m.-4 p.m.). His work includes scenes of Ireland and from his book "Ireland O Ireland." For more information, call (617) 711-3636 or (617) 511-1115.


Celebrating Ireland in Story and Song - With Mad Clover opening, enjoy storytelling, singers and Irish instruments. 8 p.m. at the Peeptoad Coffeehouse, North Foster Baptist Church, 81 East Killingly Rd. Foster, R (401) 397-9802.


St. Patrick's Day Dinner and Dance - Providing musical entertainment will be the band Tradition. Irish American Club, 177 West St., Malden, will host this event from 8 p.m.-Midnight. Tickets are $20 per person. For further information, call (781) 321-7720.


St. Patrick's Dinner Dance - Held in the Irish Village, Rte. 28, W. Yarmouth, with music by Emerald Affair, direct from Ireland. Tickets are $25. For more information and tickets, call (508) 878-5116 or (508) 984-1039.

Celtic Song and Zen Flute: A Musical Celebration - Special guest artists are Jacynth Hamill, Heather Innes, Robert A. Jonas, and Bob Wiener. All Saints' Parish, 1773 Beacon St. (at Dean Rd.) Brookline (green line on the MBTA) from 4-6 p.m. Donation is $10. For more information, call All Saints' Parish at (617) 738-1810.

St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner - Music provided by Andy Healy's Band. Elks Hall, Spring St., West Roxbury from 4 - 8 p.m. Tickets are $20. All reservations must be received by March 4; reserved tables of ten only. For more information, call Richie Gormley at (617) 327-0100; Kay Hayes, (617) 325-0874; or Pat Mulvey, (781) 325-9404.  

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The Saw Doctors - Described by "Rolling Stone" as one part Creedence Clearwater Revival, one part Hootie and the Blowfish and one part Irish Historical Society, the Saw Doctors make it easy to sing along and get some Irish history as well. They make a stop at the Paradise for their St. Patrick's Day tour. Paradise Rock Club, 696 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston. (Doors at 6:30 p.m.; show at 7:30 p.m.) For tickets ($25) and information, call (617) 423-NEXT.


The Chieftains - Performance will be at Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $50, $45, $42, and $35. For more information, call SymphonyCharge at (888) 256-1100 (Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.) or the Symphony Hall Box Office.

Campaigning with James Michael Curley - A book lecture by Bob Colt, will be held at 7 p.m. at the West Roxbury Pub, 1885 Centre Street, West Roxbury, benefiting the Greater Roslindale Medical & Dental Center. $50.00 per ticket, $100.00 sponsorship. For more information or tickets contact Paul McCaffrey (617) 327-4560 or e-mail: March142001@aol.com 


Genealogy/Family History Program - Sponsorship by the Watertown Public Library and the Historical Society of Watertown, will take place at 7 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of the Town Hall, Main St. (Rte.20), in Watertown. Free admission; public welcome. Handicap accessible. For more information, please call the Library at: 617-972-6436 or visit their web site at www.watertownlib.org 

Miller Lite St. Patrick's Day Bash - Come and party with a promotion by Miller Lite from 9 - 11 p.m. Pat Flannigan, 804 Huntington Ave., Boston, 617-730-5522.  

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St. Patrick's Day Dance at St. Patrick's Parish - Music by The Black Velvet Band. Tickets are $11, and light refreshments will be served. The event will be held at the Parish Hall in Watertown, 211 Main St. (Rte. 20), from 8pm to midnight. For further information, please call (617) 925-6110.

WCCM 800 AM's 14th Annual Tribute to St. Patrick - Takes place at 2 p.m. hosted by Tom Garvey with the best in traditional music and conversation. Details on 800WCCM.com


Celtic Musical Group ANAM (Gaelic for "Soul") - celebrating St. Patrick's Day at the Orpheum Foxborough. The band will perform at 8 pm on Friday, and at 2 p.m and 8 p.m. on Saturday. Tickets: Adult, $22; Members, $18; Seniors, $20; and Children 18 and under, $11. The Orpheum Foxborough is located at One School Street, Foxborough. The Orpheum Foxborough TTY is 508-543-3553. For tickets and information, The Orpheum Foxborough box office is 508-543-ARTS (2787).  

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Pendragon with stedancers Kieran Jordan & Kevin Doyle - Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at 8 p.m. at the Greenwich Odeum, 59 Main St., East Greenwich, R.I. Special guest Skip Healy will perform opening set. Admission is $11 in advance, $14 on day of the show. Tickets are also available at the door. For information and tickets, call (401) 885-9118.

Dropkick Murphy's Concert (Day Show) - All Ages, Dropkick Murphy's lat Avalon (NEXT Ticketing). Doors open at noon, show starts at 11:30. Tickets $11.75.

Dropkick Murphy's Conert - Enjoy the music of the Dropkick Murphy's, Swinging Utters, Lars Frederickson & the Bastards, Reach the sky at Avalon (NEXT ticketing). Doors open at 5:00 pm, show starts at 6:00. $11.00, all ages. SOLD OUT.  

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St. Patrick's Day Celebration at Boston City Hall - Sponsored by May Menino's office, the celebration will include performances by the Green O'leary Step Dancers, food donated by the Kells of Brighton, a children's section with face painting and story telling and more. 1 City Hall Plaza. 11:00 pm - 4:00 pm.

Jurys Irish Cabaret - This musical variety concert features performances by the Jury Dancers, "Ireland's Voice" Tom Kenny, Joe Cuddy, Louise Bowden and more. Voted "Best Live Show" by Ireland's National Entertainment Awards. John Hancock Hall, 180 Berkely St, Boston. 3:00 pm and again at 8:00 pm. $25, call (508) 747-2273 for information and tickets.

Tir Na Nog - Tom Jordan will perform and debut his new CD "The Johnny" and the Come Latelies will also perform at Tir Na Nog in Somerville.
Every Sunday in March at Tir Na Nog - Traditional Irish Seisiun. For more information, visit www.thenog.com.  

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Live Broadcast on WZLX - Cornbeef & Cabbage dinner meals available. Irish music from 5-10 p.m. and a DJ from 10-2 a.m. Pat Flannigan's, 804 Huntington Ave., Boston 617-730-5522.

An Ras Mor: Somerville St. Patrick's Day Road Race - A four mile road race on a fast, flat USATF certified course with one short hill. Trophies will be awards to top 3 age group winners, & top Clyde & Fill Amenities: Mile splits, water stop, plus extensive post-race party. T-shirts are guaranteed to all runners who pre-register before 3/2/01. The event will be timed by Bay State Race Services and sponsored by Somerville Road Runners, Aquarium. Race results will be published on www.coolrunning.com. Aquarium, 65 Holland Street, Davis Square, Somerville. $15 pre-registration, $20 race day. Race begins at 11:00 am. Contact etoconnor@hotmail.com for more information.

St. Patrick's Dinner - Corned beef & cabbage dinner catered by South Shore Caterers. The event is sponsored by St. Brendan Society (Co. Kerry Association of Boston) at the Canadian American Club, 202 Arlington St., Watertown, at 7 p.m. For tickets and information, call Chairperson Eileen O'Sullivan at (781) 643-6694 or President Peter Moloney at (781) 272-6236.  

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Noel Henry Irish Showband - With the Nevin Academy Irish Step Dancers, they will perform at St. Patrick's Day Celebration at St. Paul Parish, 147 North St., Hingham, in the school hall from Noon-3 p.m. The will also perform. Admission is $10, with a limited number of tickets to be sold at the door. Tickets and to get further information, call (781) 749-3385.

March 17 & 18
Irish Tenor Ronan Tynan - Special solo concerts at the North Shore Music Theatre, 62 Dunham Rd., Beverly, at 8 p.m. (both shows). For more information, call (978) 232-7202.

March 18
Irish Step and Tap group "Common Ground" - Performing at Regis College Fine Arts Center, Weston, at 3 p.m. Tickets are $20 for the general addmission and $15 for seniors and students. For more information contact Regis Colleges Box Office (781) 768-7070.  

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March 23
Niamh Parsons, Liz Carroll, and The Old Blind Dogs - Performing at Johnny D's in Somerville. They will perform in the Green Linnet 25th Anniversary Celtic Festival Tour. For more informa tion, call (617) 776-2004.

March 24
Ireland's Sharon Shannon and Karan Casey - They bring extraordinary traditional Celtic music to the Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square, Somerville, at 8 p.m. Tickets: $28, $25, and $22. For tickets, call World music at (617) 876-4275 or TicketMaster at (617) 931-2787.

April 6
Evening of Irish Entertainment with Andy Healy Band - Dancing, refreshments, raffle, and guest appearance by the O'Shea-Chaplin School of Dance. The Irish Social Club, 118 Park St., W. Roxbury, from 8 p.m.-midnight. Donation of $10 per person, with proceeds to the Bernardine Franciscan Sisters of Hyde Park. Call Donna for tickets at (617) 469-0721.  

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April 20 - 21
Third Annual Boston Irish Film Festival - Come celebrate Irish Film at the Third Annual Boston Irish Film Festival in the Harvard FIlm Archive. Special guest appearance by Malachy McCourt. Visit www.irishfilmfestival.com for more information.

April 21
Irish Hour Radio Program Dance - There will be dancing from 8:30 p.m.-11:30 a.m. Entertainment features music by Noel Henry's Irish Showband, Irish step-dancing, and the evening's MC, The Dean Himself -- Paul Sullivan, of WROL's Irish Hit Parade. Hosted by Tom and Sheila Cummings to help support New England's oldest Irish radio program will be held at The Irish Social Club, 118 Park St., West Roxbury; Admission is $10, and refreshments will be available, including tea, coffee, and soda bread. For further information, call (617) 698-2585.

(Event listings compiled from Boston Irish Reporter)  

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St. Patrick's Day 2001 Parades  

South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade

 this parade has become a prominent part of South Boston's history. Pre-parade breakfast begins at 10:00am at the Ironworkers Hall. Parade is scheduled from 1-3 p.m. Call 617-258-7955 for details.

Holyoke

The 51st Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Holyoke, Massachusetts. The parade will begin at 1:00 pm.

Worcester

The 18th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Worcester begins at noon at Mill Street. The parade will head down Park Avenue and finish on Highland Street. www.stpatsparade.com.  

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Newport, RI
The 46th Annual Parade will begin at City Hall at 11:00 a.m. finishing at St. Augustine's Church. Call (800) 976-5111 for details.

Scituate

The parade will depart from Gates Junior High School at 1:00 p.m. finishing at 3:00 p.m. at Pier 44 Restaurant near Jericho Road. For more information please call (781) 545-6671.  

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Manchester, NH
At 1:00 p.m., the 6th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will begin in Manchester's north end at the intersection of Elm and Webster Streets.

(Event listings compiled from Boston Irish Reporter)  

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Irish Pubs in Boston 

The Black Rose
160 State Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 742-2281

The Brendan
Behan Pub

378 Center Street, Jamaica Plain Phone: (617) 522 5386

The Burren
247 Elm Street, Davis Square, Somerville Phone: (617) 776 6896

Flann O'Brien's
1618 Tremont St. Roxbury, MA. Phone: (617) 566-7744

The Chieftan Pub
Route 1, Plainville
Phone: (508) 643 9031

Desmond O'Malley's Irish Pub & Restaurant
Route 9, Framingham
Phone: (508) 875-9400  

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The Druid
1157 Cambridge Street, Cambridge
Phone: (617) 497 0965

The Grand Canal
57 Canal Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 523 1111

The Green Dragon Tavern
11 Marshall Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 367 0055

Hibernia
25 Kingston Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 292-2333  

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The Irish Embassy Pub
234 Friend Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 742 6618

J & J Irish Pub & Grille
1110 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester
Phone: (617) 282-5918

The Kinsale Irish Pub & Restaurant
At Center Plaza, Government Center in Boston
Phone: (617) 742-5577

Doyle's Cafe
3484 Washington St. Jamaica Plain
Phone: (617) 524-2345  

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Grafton Street
1174 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge
Phone: (617) 497-0400

McCarthy's Restaurant
903 Boylston St.
Phone: (617) 867-9090

Kinvara Pub
34 Harvard Ave. Allston
Phone: (617) 783-9400

The Purple Shamrock
1 Union St. Boston
Phone: (617) 227-2060

Keltic Krust
1171 Washington St. Newton
Phone: (617) 332-9343  

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Pat Flannigans
804 Huntington Ave. Boston Phone: (617) 730-5522

J.J. Foley's
21 Kingston St. Boston Phone: (617) 338-7711
 

The Corrib Pub
201 Harvard St. Brookline, MA Phone: (617) 232-8787

Matt Murphy's
14 Harvard Street, Brookline
Phone: (617) 232 0188  

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McGann's of Boston
187 Portland Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 227 4059

Michael Sherlock's Pub and Restaurant
99 Broad Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 350 7077

Molly Darcy's Pub and Restaurant
658 E Broadway, Boston
Phone: (617) 258-1177

Mr. Dooley's Boston Tavern
77 Broad Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 338 5656  

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The Plough and Stars
911 Massachusettes Avenue, Cambridge
Phone: (617) 492 9653 / 441 3455

The Times Pub and Restaurant
111 Broad Street, Boston
Phone: (617) 357 TIME (8463)

Kells Restaurant
161 Brighton Ave. Allston
Phone: (617) 782-9082

Thirsty Scholar
70 Beacon St. Somerville
Phone: (617) 497-2294

Tir Na Nog
366 Somerville Ave # A Somerville
Phone: (617) 628-4300  

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Joshua Tree Bar & Grill
256 Elm St. Somerville
Phone: (617) 623-9910

Clery's Restaurant
111 Dartmouth St. Boston
Phone: (617) 252-9874
 

The Dubliner at Downtown Crossing
14/16 Bromfield St. Boston
Phone: (617) 357-1899

O'Leary's
1010 Beacon St. Brookline
Phone: (617) 734-0049

The Field
20 Prospect St. Cambridge
Phone: (617) 354-7345

Common Ground Cafe
85 Harvard Ave. Allston
Phone: (617) 783-2071

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Coogan's Bluff Restaurant
173 Milk St. Boston
Phone: (617) 451-7415

James's Gate
5 McBride St. Jamaica Plain, MA Phone: (617) 983-2000

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Boston more than any American city is associated with Immigration from Ireland. Irish-Americans have had a huge impacted on Massachusetts and New England from politics to music to life styles. This page brings together links from Boston, Masssachusetts, and New England related to all things Celtic.
 

Irish Cultural Center Canton, MA

The Irish Immigration Center Boston, MA

IrishMassachusetts.com Welcome to Massachusetts, where Irish culture flourishes 365 days a year.

The Friendly Sons Of Saint Patrick - New Bedford, Massachusetts

The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA)

Irish Chamber of Commerce in the USA Boston, MA

The Irish American Partnership Boston, MA

The Boston Irish Reporter Your one-stop World Wide Web site for news from and about the Irish in Boston & New England.

The Boston Irish Famine Memorial

Pubs and Clubs Guide from the Boston Irish Reporter

Dubliner Restaurant and Pub Home Page - Boston and Lowell, MA

1899 Gaelic Roots Festival  Boston College

Newport Waterfront Irish Festival

Boston College Irish Studies Program

University of Massachusetts Boston Irish Studies Program

The Boston Irish Network

Wexford House West Boylston, MA

 The Ireland of Mary McSweeney - Artist - Plymouth, MA

The Tinkers Cart Irish gifts and custom embroidery located in Clinton, MA

Rhode Island's Irish Connection

Irish Stew: Boston and New York Irish Families

IrishHeritageTrail.com

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Massachusetts Saint Patrick's Day Parade

Worcester St. Patrick's Day Parade
Mill Street, Worcester
 The 22nd annual St. Patrick's Day Parade celebrates the Irish of Central Massachusetts, who began settling in the Worcester area as early as 1718. In 1825 Irish immigrants came to Worcester to build the city's canals and roadways, and the community flourished thereafter. The parade begins at Mill Street and ends at Highland Street. (Noon) 508 755-1855

Abington St. Patrick’s Day Parade
This year Abington celebrates the 25th anniversary of its St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The parade includes 20-25 floats and decorated vehicles, 300 marchers, and a variety of marching bands. The parade begins at St. Patrick's Square, in Abington Center (corner of Orange and Washington Streets) and ends in North Abington Center. The parade is supported by the South Shore Irish American Society.
ke.bailey@rcn.com or 781 878-7785. (1:00 p.m.)

Boston's St. Patrick's Day Parade
South Boston - Southie's 104th annual parade takes place the Sunday after St. Patrick's Day. This year's parade celebrates the 200th anniversary of the incorporation of South Boston (1804-2004). The parade features marching bands and pipe bands throughout North America including the Boston Police Gaelic Column of Pipes and Drums (pictured right). South Boston is Boston's most Irish neighborhood and has a glorious tradition of helping others while keeping Irish heritage alive.(1:00 p.m.)617 258-7955

Holyoke St. Patrick's Day Parade
Downtown Holyoke - The 53rd annual Holyoke Parade is reckoned to be one of the largest in the nation. The parade is the culmination of numerous Irish events in March that celebrate the Irish community of western Massachusetts, many of whom emigrated from County Kerry and the Blasket Islands in the 20th century. (Noon) 411 533-1700

Scituate St. Patrick's Day Parade
Gates School, Scituate
Scituate's 11th annual St. Patrick's Day parade is popular among the South Shore and Cape Cod communities. The parade ends at scenic Scituate Harbor. Scituate is nicknamed the Irish Riviera, since many Irish politicians like James Michael Curley and the Kennedys liked to vacation there in summer.(1:00 p.m.) 781 545-6671