SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 3/12/2020 Parade Postponed, Click for details
The community is invited to celebrate the parade and this year’s Grand Marshals, Sean Kirst and John Francis McCarthy. The event features dinner, refreshments, and entertainment from local Irish dancers and musicians.
Syracuse’s 38th St. Patrick’s Parade will set off on March 14, 2020 with Grand Marshals John Francis McCarthy and Sean Kirst.
The theme of the 2020 St. Patrick’s Parade is “20/20: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.” The theme honors McCarthy and Kirst’s dual legacies as CNY storytellers in their respective mediums. It is also a nod to the proud history of Irish and Irish-American artists.
The Syracuse St Patrick’s Parade was founded by Nancy Duffy. It all began with a meeting at Coleman’s Pub and Nancy’s strong desire to bring her Irish heritage and culture to the streets of Syracuse, New York. The 2020 Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade is Saturday, March 14, at noon.
Countdown to the 2020 Parade
BECOME A SPONSOR
The St. Patrick’s Parade is one of the highlights of the year in Syracuse, and sponsors make it all possible! Parade Corporate Sponsorships through the $15,000 level help organizers underwrite the cost of staging, youth transportation, promotional materials, and awards. Sponsors enjoy prominent recognition and various benefits including prime parade viewing, depending on sponsorship level.
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ROSE OF SYRACUSE
The Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade Committee is proud to introduce our 2020 Rose of Syracuse, Emily Mahana. Emily is a 2014 graduate of Cicero-North Syracuse High School and a 2018 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Syracuse University, with a degree in Civil Engineering. She has a long history of participation in the Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade as an Irish dancer for the Rosin Academy of Irish Dance. Emily is currently serving as Miss New York for America, representing the state of New York at the national pageant in Las Vegas, where she came in the top 15. She actively volunteers in the community as an advocate for increased involvement and interest in STEM fields, especially aimed at girls and young women. Emily is currently employed as an Engineer at Barton and Loguidice here in Syracuse. She is honored to serve as the 2020 Rose of Syracuse. Emily will be accompanied at the Parade by her court of Rosebuds. Congratulations to all!