Ottawa Parades Guide - St. Patrick's Day Parade - Saturday, March 15, 2014
Every year Ottawa hosts several parades, including a Santa Claus Parade, a St. Patrick's Day Parade, a Pride Parade, a Labour Day Parade, and more. And it's not just downtown - our suburbs also have traditional seasonal parades.
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Ottawa St. Patrick's Day Parade - March 15, 2014
"Defiance" - captured at the 2009 St. Patrick's Day Parade. Photo by Farfando, used by permission.
- This year is the 32nd annual St. Patrick's Day Parade
- It's one of Ottawa's smaller parades but it's still a good time. Each year on a Saturday close to St. Patrick's Day, the Irish Society of the National Capital Region celebrates Irish tradition and heritage.
- 2014 route: The parade will leave the intersection of Laurier Avenue West and Elgin St at 11:00 AM. The parade heads west down Laurier, turns north on Bank Street, then left on Wellington Street. It continues west down Wellington to the Library and Archives Canada building, finishing there around 12:30pm.
- Volunteers along the parade route will collect cash and non-perishable food donations for the Ottawa Food Bank.
- The St. Patrick's parade is part of a larger "Irish Week" festival that runs from March 6-17, 2014.
- Official site: Irish Society of the National Capital Region
- List of road closures during the parade...
Everyone comes out for the St Patrick's Day parade.Photo by Alison MacIvor.
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