St. Patrick's Day Parade Line up Information
The St. Patrick's Day Parade begins promptly at 12:00 P.M., Saturday, March 16th, Rain or Shine!
To make sure everyone has enough time to prepare, the line-up will take place from 10:30-11:45 am.
Insulators Local 34 Members will meet at the corner of Wacouta and 6th Street. Click here for map
Access to the line-up area will close promptly at 11:45 am.
Parade Rules and Regulations:
- You are expected to be in your line designated position at 11:45 am
- We CANNOT guarantee late arrivals a spot in the parade
- All participants are required to be in their designated position, waiting at the start of the parade is NOT PERMITTED, participants that do not comply will be removed from the lineup.
- We ask the participants in this parade to WALK, NO motorized vehicles will be permitted.
- Important notice: Ordinance 438.07 - Drinking on Streets
- No person shall, upon the public streets, lanes, or alleys of said City, or being a trespasser upon the private premises of another, drink beer or intoxicating beverages.
- The Association permits no political signs or advertisements, no selling, giving, or throwing of objects, articles, candies, etc. by parade participants.;
- No person marching in the parade shall be permitted to carry or display or cause to be displayed any sign or other material which identifies him or her as a candidate for any elected or appointed office, or which advocates any position on any topic of public debate. No person marching in the parade shall distribute any printed advertisement or other material during or immediately before or after the parade, except St. Patrick's Day Buttons.
- No silly string
- No throwing candy (may be exchanged hand to hand)
- No throwing objects (beads, balls, cards)
- Persons who violate this provision will not be permitted to participate and may be removed from the parade at the discretion of the Parade Director or any member of the Association. This will be strictly enforced.
- Please be sure that your parade unit keeps up with the group in front of you to prevent gaps in the St. Patrick's parade by maintaining 10 feet between your group and the group before you.