The Washington D.C. 46th Annual St. Patrick’s Parade

The 46th Annual St. Patrick’s Parade of Washington, D.C. will be held on Sunday, March 12, 2017.

2017 Registration is now OPEN.

Congratulations to our 2017 Honorees!  The 2017 Theme is “Irish in Public Service’ an is embodied by our 2017 honorees:

Grand Marshal:  Cody Keenan, Director of Speech Writing for the White House

Gael:  Keith Carney, President of FedNet

Division Marshals:  Ralph Day, John McShane, and Susan M. Hoffman


2017 Fundraiser Schedule: Download the flyer HERE

3:30pm-7pm.  Live Music – 50/50 Drawing – Door Prizes – Live Auctions

Saturday, January 7:  Molloy’s Irish Pub & Grill, Crofton, MD

Sunday, January 15 : The Harp and Fiddle, Bethesda, MD

Saturday, January 21: The Limerick Pub, Wheaton, MD

Sunday, January 29: The Irish Channel, Washington, DC

Sunday February 12: Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub, Alexandria, VA

Sunday, February 19: Ireland’s Four Provinces, Falls Church, VA

Sunday, February 26: Kelly’s Irish Times, Washington, DC

Sunday, March 5, Ireland’s Four Courts, Arlington, VA

The 4th Annual Limerick Golf Challenge, benefiting the St. Patrick’s Parade Committee and the Salute Military Golf Association was held on Thursday, September 15th, 2016.

 A special thank you to the sponsors this year:
 A&S Graphic Supplies, INC
 Benchmark Pool Management, INC
 Ireland’s Four Courts
 Irish Wolf Hounds
 Jones, Maresca & McQuade- CPA firm
 Kelly’s Irish Times
 McEnearney Associates
 MP Energy Services, INC.
 Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub
 Regional Construction, Inc.
 Ricci-Nicholson Family
And a heartfelt thank you to those who sponsored in memory of:
Alice Johnson
Charlie Garris (Limerick pub)
Dan(The Elder) Sullivan (Parade Committee)
Greg Ambrose (Parade Committee)



The mission of the St. Patrick’s Parade of Washington, D.C. is to foster the understanding of and celebrate the Irish culture in America. The St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been held annually in Washington, D.C., since 1971. This annual affair has grown from what was little more than a leisurely stroll by a few hundred participants on Massachusetts Avenue to a mile long, two-hour celebration of Irish culture along Constitution Avenue.