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Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade & Duck Race

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Event# 913 269-2160

Event Details

Our St. Patrick's Day Parade is the largest in Kansas and is accompanied each year by a duck race, which help fund our sister city program dignitaries from Listowel, Ireland. Sunday nearest St. Patrick's Day.

Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade & Duck Race

Address : The parade takes place on Johnson Drive from Monrovia to Barton Lane. Ottawa KS
Phone : 913 269-2160   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free

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