High Holy Days
 
SaturdayMarch 11th 2017
 
 Traverse City Michigan U.S.A. 3rd Planet from the Sun

 38th Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
This is the 3rd longest running St. Patrick's Day Parade in Michigan. 
What are the two longest parades in Michigan?


Please Join the
Ancient Order of Hibernian's
And
The Northern Michigan Irish Queens
as they March the Streets of
Traverse City Michigan 
This is a Family event and is open to everyone.


Parade begins 2pm

(This is a Time Change from pasted years)
Saint Patrick's Parade (Sport Coats Please)

Kilkenny's Irish Public House
400 West front Street. Traverse City, Michigan 49686
231.941.7527

Parade Route
Staging on Hall St by North Peak, Left on Front St. To Pine St,
To State St, Left on Park St., Left on Front St. Ending on Hall St.
This should take no longer than 45 minutes to walk

 
And starting  at 3:00 p.m.
Postparade Irish  \Entertainment
  The Wild Sully's, Song of The Lakes ,
& Blue Footed Booby
On the Stage at Kilkenny's Irish Public House
Blue Footed Booby @ 5:45pm
 Song Of the Lakes @ 4:30pm The Wild Sully's @ 3:00pm

If you would like to be in the Parade call
Todd @ 231-709-6500


Saturday,
March 11, 2017
9am
Warehouse District, Traverse City, MI

Start the New Year off right! Register for a 5k!

 


Saturday, March 11, 2017 ♦ 9:00 am
Warehouse District, Traverse City, MI
Register online here!

 

Online Entry Fee Table*:

Prior to March 1, 2017: Adult-$30; Kids 12 & Under-$20
March 1-12, 2015: Adult-$35; Kids 12 & Under-$25
March 13 & 14: Adult-$35; Kids 12 & Under-$25

*Online Registration closes March 13 at 11 am

You won’t need the luck of the Irish to enjoy the National Cherry Festival’s 7th Annual Fifth Third Bank Leapin’ Leprechaun St. Patty’s Day 5K foot race! Join us on Saturday, March 11 at 9 am in Traverse City’s Warehouse District and put on your GREEN!

Each racer will receive a commemorative t-shirt, accurate timing and results, medals for top finishers, prizes for best Irish costume, a complimentary beverage (must present photo ID), and free entertainment

 

 
The Bernard J. Bun Brady Division 1
 of The Ancient Order of the Hibernian's
 

Lucky Leprechaun Ball


This event has ben

Canceled




More St. Patrick's Events in the Area
 
Gaylord's AOH Divison
 17th Annual St. Patrick’s Day  Irish Celebration
Saturday, March 4th, 2017 @7 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Hall, Wilkinson Rd. Gaylord
Music by The Pub Runners (Jerry Belanger and Doug Berkshire)
Irish Dance Club of Lansing
Boutique w/ Irish and Scottish Gifts
$10.00 for tickets with light refreshment and beverages at nominal cost
Tickets available at the Music Haus, Gaylord Glens Market or through any A.O.H. member
Additional information 989-939-8041

 
 For More Info and signup for the 5K Run /walk
 

Very Special Beer's for you to Enjoy this St. Patrick' Season.
At Norhpeak Brewing Co. & Kilkenny's Irish Public House.
Shirley's Irish Stout
At Mackinaw Brewing Co.
O'Dwyer's Stout
At most every bar in Traverse City Michigan.
From St. Jame's Gate  Dublin Ireland
Guinness Stout
A Pint with a Cause
For the Month of March North Peak and Kilkenny's will donate $1.00 to local Irish charities' for every Shirley's Irish Stout sold. 

 
 
PLEASE THANK OUR SPONSORS
St Frances Marching Band   Thank You! For Marching in the Parade.
Serra Of Traverse City   For the car's that is used in the Parade.
Nolan's For the fine Cigars.
The Celtic Shuttle Thank You for giving anyone a ride over the Years.
Bay Area Transportation Authority will be proving a shuttle for anyone how want to rid in the parade this year.   
The Party Giant  Your place for your St. Patrick's Day Party supplies.
Celtic Rose Irish Shop Your place for all things Irish.
Kilkenny's Irish Public House Our Host for the Parade Day Party.
Bay Side Distributors. For the posters for the cars. And our area Supplier of "Guinness".
 

Our Parade honors Saint Patrick, the patron Saint of Ireland, who converted the pagan Celts to Christianity around the year 430 A.D. St. Patrick founded the cathedral church of Armagh, and it soon became the center of the Church's activities in Ireland. During his three decades in Ireland, he raised the standards of scholarship, encouraged the study of Latin and brought Ireland into closer relations with the rest of the Western Church until his death on March 17, in 461 A.D.

Countdown to St Patrick's Day 2017

Traverse City's
Pub Walk list
 
Friday March
17th 2017
 
Minerva's
(Park Place)
Noon-2pm
 
Bubbs
2-3pm
 
U&I Lounge
3-4pm
 
Union Street Station
4-5pm
 
Bootleggers
5-6pm
 
Dillinger's Pub
6-7pm
 
Brady Irish Pub
7-8pm
 
The Blue Tractor
Cook Shop
8-9pm
 
Fire Fly
9-10pm
 
State Street Grill
10-11pm