Annual Aggieville St. Patrick's Parade and Road Races

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Event# 785-776-8050

Event Details

Celebrate St. Patrick's expulsion of snakes from Ireland with a parade and green beer. The 2 mile fun run and walk begins at 10am, and at 12:45, the 10K road race starts. The parade begins at 2pm. After the Parade, Stick around for the Blarniness! Dinner & Drinks abound with the highest concentration of fabulous local restaurants & pubs in the state of Kansas!

Annual Aggieville St. Patrick's Parade and Road Races

Address : Aggieville Manhattan KS
Phone : 785-776-8050   (Always call and confirm events.)

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