The parade, which has been rolling nearly every year since 1974 on the second Sunday in March, features 50+ floats, walking groups, bikes, horses, cars, trucks, dance groups and school bands, and anything else one can push, pull or drag, with throws to include beads and stuffed animals, as well as everything to make a traditional Irish stew. They’ll have thousands of heads of cabbage, thousands of onions, potatoes, celery and carrots, so bring your shopping bags!
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