2021 Parade Has Been Canceled
It is with great sadness that we must announce that the 2021 Kings Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been cancelled. We hope and pray that we will be able to have an even bigger and better Parade next year. Please pray for all those affected by this horrific virus and pray that by this time next year we will once again be planning to march through Kings Park celebrating our Irish heritage together again. We thank you for all your support throughout the years and we will keep each and everyone of you in our prayers.
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Our parade is funded by generous donations from local businesses and residents. If you're interested in supporting the parade, please consider making a donation today. Thank you!
Irish Eyes Are Smiling With Kings Park Pride!
The Kings Park St. Patrick's Day Parade is held on the first Saturday of March every year. The parade was founded in 2011 by Kevin "The Professor" Denis, the owner of Professor's Diner in Kings Park, New York and celebrates the Irish cultural roots of Kings Parkers. The parade features numerous bagpipe bands, floats, hundreds of marching community organizations, and a tribute to a Grand Marshal who has made great contributions to the Kings Park Community. Thousands of Kings Parkers and people from surrounding communities turn out on Main Street to see Irish eyes smiling with Kings Park Pride!
The Parade steps off at the corner of Lou Avenue and Pulaski Road, continues down Main Street, turns onto Church Street, and ends down Old Dock Road at the William T. Rogers Middle School.