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The St. Augustine Patrick’s Day Parade has been cancelled due to an abundance of caution relating to the Coronavirus.  Romanza, the non-profit producer of the Celtic Festival, deeply regrets disappointing our fans and followers.

Please be safe and take the recommended precautions to avoid infection.

Enjoy the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 14, 2020.  The Only St. Patrick’s Day Parade in NorthEast Florida!  Marching Bands, Fife & Drum, Floats, and more!   Grand Marshal of the parade will be Sr. Bernard Joseph, curator of the Sisters of St. Joseph O’Reilly House Museum.

The Sisters of St. Joseph will also be represented in the Parade by Sister Kathleen Carr, General Superior of the Sisters of St. Joseph Congregation, Sister Catherine Bitzer, archivist, and Sister Carol Stovall, a member of the Congregation’s leadership team.

Celebrating the 420th Anniversary of the 1st St. Patrick’s Day celebration in America in 1600. The 1st recorded St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the World in 1601!

The parade begins and ends at Francis Field.  Click on the event website link for all information including the parade route.


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