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Annual St Patrick's Day Parade

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Leavenworth Irish cordially invites you to participate in the Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. The parade participants are to assemble at Fourth and Walnut Streets no earlier than 11:00 A.M. THE PARADE IS ALWAYS ON 3/17 @ NOON UNLESS ON SUNDAY. IF IT'S A SUNDAY THEN IT STARTS @ 1:00 P.M.
Donations of money or services will be gratefully accepted to help defray the cost of this parade. Donations over and above the parade expenses will be given to local charities in Leavenworth.

Thank you for your continued support and participation!

Annual St Patrick's Day Parade

Address : Fourth and Walnut Streets Fort Leavenworth KS

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