2015 Winter Park St Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 8th

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Saint Patrick is one of the most recognized Saints to have ever lived being born in Roman Britain in the 4th century and having lived from 387–461 AD. Saint Patrick is best known for spreading the Gospel to Ireland and using the three-leaf clover to help explain the Holy Trinity of there being the “three divine persons in the one God.”

The 36th Annual Winter Park St Patrick’s Day Parade

On Sunday, March 8th, 2015 at 2 PM, the city of Winter Park continues on the tradition of holding a parade in St Patrick’s honor with Irish music and step dancing in central park on stage and over 75 units within the parade itself for the 36th Annual Winter Park St Patrick’s Day Parade. The parade will begin at the Winter Park Country Club and proceed south down Park Avenue to City Hall. Some of the participants will include clowns, bagpipers, fire trucks, and classic cars. In addition, lots of candy and green bead necklaces will be thrown from the different participating floats.

Fiddler’s Green Irish Pub and Eatery

Before or after the parade, walk over to Winter Park’s most famous Irish Pub, Fiddler’s Green Irish Pub and Eatery, that was featured on the Food Network’s “The Best Of” for it’s great Irish atmosphere and food (see map below). On St Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2014, Fiddler’s will have live music and entertainment including bagpipers and step dancers.

Click Here to visit the official site for the parade and click here to see 28 minutes of video from the 2012 parade.

Click Here for Orlando Local Guide’s full coverage of Winter Park.

Click Here to visit Orlando Local Guide’s complete coverage of St Patrick’s Day in Orlando.

St Patrick’s Day Parade in Winter Park

St Patrick’s Day Parade Clowns and Bagpipes

St Patrick’s Day Parade Map

View St Patricks Day in a larger map

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