Scituate St. Patrick’s Parade 2023
The Scituate St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held this year on Sunday, March 19th at 1pm. No need to head into South Boston as Scituate has a fantastic St Paddy’s day parade
The Parade kicks off at the Veterans Memorial Gym 327 First Parish Rd (the old Gates Intermediate School) and heads down First Parish Road, takes a left onto Front Street, through Scituate Harbor, up Beaver Dam Road and right onto Jericho Road where the parade ends at 44 Jericho Rd near the intersection of Hatherly Road.
Is Scituate the most Irish town in America?
the 2010 census showed that Scituate had the highest number of people claiming Irish ancestry than any other town in America, almost 50 percent of its roughly 18,000 residents, earning it the nickname the “Irish Riviera
(Checkout all the Saint Patrick’s Day events South of Boston)
Where should I park to see the parade?
No Parking on Front St. After 10:00 AM. Parking will be hard to come by in Scituate Harbor. We advise people to use the parking lots at Scituate High School which will have shuttle busses bring you to the starting area of the parade, and the Greenbush T Station (look for parking sign) where shuttle buses will be dropping parade goers off at the corner of 1st Parish Road and Front Street. From there you can find a great place to view the parade anywhere along it’s route. The shuttles will begin again when the parade ends.
Where to find Irish Breakfast on the South Shore
Crusaders Senior Drum & Bugle Corps of Boston, North End Marching Band, Colum Cille Pipes & Drums, The Kickin Brass Band, New Orleans Party Band, North Shore Pipe Band, The Extraordinary Rendition Band New Magnolia Jazz Band, Shriners Cape Cod Fire Brigade, Wolpe’s Warriors Rope Drummer Shriners Mini Haulers, Shriners Clowns Unit, The Big Nazo’s Creature Crew, Antique Military Vehicles
The Middlesex County 4H Pipes & Drums, Middlesex County Volunteers Fifes & Drums, The Hingham Militia