Your guide to Spokane’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade
SPOKANE, Wash.– It’s back! Spokane’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade will hit the streets once again.
The COVID-19 pandemic canceled it for two years in a row. Luckily, the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick are bringing it back this year.
Here’s what you need to know:
When is it?
The parade starts at noon on Saturday, March 12.
Where is it?
The parade will take place in Downtown Spokane. The stationing area will be different this year because of construction on the new stadium.
What streets will be closed?
Street closures times will be staggered. Streets in the area of staging will shut down as early as 6 a.m but no later than 8:45 a.m.
Streets along the parade route will be blocked off at 11 a.m. and will last through about 2 p.m.
Staging area street closures: Washington from Spokane Falls to Boone. Normandie from Boone to Cataldo. Calispel from Boone to Cataldo. Cataldo between Normandie and Washington. North River between Division and Washington
Who puts it on?
Lucky for us, the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick are bringing it back this year.
The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick is a nonprofit that’s been around since 1978. Its goal is to put together the St. Patrick’s Day parades and ceremonies in the area.
You can find more information about the parade here.
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