Baltimore’s Annual St Patrick’s Day Parade is truly the jewel in Maryland’s emerald crown. For more than 60 years, thousand of spectator’s from our region and beyond have crowded the streets and sidewalks of downtown Baltimore and the famous Inner Harbor to watch thousands more march ad celebrate Irish culture, music, song and dance.

In addition to members of our division and te other divisions of the Maryland AOH, we are joined by our Brothers and Sisters in other Irish Groups, including:

  1. The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians
  2. The Emerald Police Society
  3. The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick
  4. The Hibernian Society of Baltimore

In addition, we re joined by musical acts, dancing troupes  and other entertainers from, Baltimore, Maryland, across the United States and beyond!

The Towson division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians marches in Baltimore’s St. Patrick Parade Sunday, March 16, 2014. (Photo by Steve Ruark)

The Parade Route begins promptly at 2PM 9preceded by a 5k race in the morning) ad it starts at Mt. Vernon Square on Charles Street, proceeds south on Charles Street, turns left that is, east) at Pratt Street and finally ends at Market Street.

It is always a great event. So, ether you are marcher or a sidewalk observer, we beseech you to Mount Your Square Vernons and Market your calendars for the Sunday before St. Patrick’s Day.  We will see you there!

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