Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day from Cape to Boston

St. Patrick’s Day celebrates the life of the patron saint of Ireland! With the Irish history of New England, the celebrations are big, and the streets are full of green almost all March long! With all the options to celebrate, we put together a list of events so you can mark your calendars for all the fun activities!

Cape Cod

Cape Cod St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. The festivities take place March 9th, at 11 am at Rt. 28 & Long Pond Drive on the main streets of Yarmouth, MA – right in the middle of the Cape. Locals and Visitors alike, gather together to celebrate the holiday with music, a parade, refreshments, dancing, and more! The event doesn’t require admission fees, just a smile and some traces of green!

South Coast

New Bedford Half Marathon. The perfect mix of celebrating the Irish heritage and getting those feet moving! On March 17th, join other runners at Purchase Street in New Bedford to join in the race sponsored by the committee and Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. Enjoy a day full of celebration and tradition and don’t forget to pack your green sneakers! After a few hours of rest celebrate the many activities planned in the South Coast area.

South ShoreSouth Shore St. Patrick's Day

The Scituate St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Parade is ready to offer you a shamrockin’ good time! The daywill kick off at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 17th, from the Veterans Memorial Gym, 327 First Parish Road.

Marching bands, clowns and antique vehicles will take over the streets alongside the cheering crowd. There will be food vendors too so you can enjoy the delicious options that South Shore has to offer. Come see the largest spectacle on the South Shore and enjoy the holiday with friends and family.

Boston2022 South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade

South Boston Parade. Bostonians were the first to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in North America. On March 17, 1737, as a gesture of solidarity among the city’s new Irish immigrants, Boston’s Irish community joined together in festivities of their homeland and to honor the memory of the Patron Saint of Ireland. The cherished parade and celebration will be held on Sunday, March 17th starting at the Broadway station and ending at Andrew Square.

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