The United Irish Societies of Greater Cleveland is a non-profit organization consisting of representatives from 27 Irish Organizations whose primary purpose is to organize the Cleveland's St. Patrick's Day Parade. Cleveland's Parade is Ohio's oldest and finest comprising approximately 10,000 participants in 125 units.
The theme of the 2018 Parade (the 176th anniversary of the Parade in Cleveland) was Prominent Irish Pioneers of the 20th Century.
The 2018 St Patrick's Day Parade in Cleveland began on the steps of the Cosgrove Center on Superior as honorees and dignitaries gathered.
On the steps before the 2018 Cleveland St. Patrick's Day Parade
The Parade itself consists of 3 Divisions following the dignitaries and Trustees. The following 4 videos cover the 2018 Parade in order.
The 2018 St Patrick's Day Parade in Cleveland stepped off led by Grand Marshall Sheila Murphy Crawford and the other Parade honorees, the Parade Committee and Guarantors, Public Officials, Cleveland Police, Coast Guard, USO, Cleveland Fire and the Ancient Order of Hibernians. This video is part 1 of 4.
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Start of Saint Patrick's Day Parade 2018 - on Cosgrove Steps
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Saint Patrick's Day Parade 2018 in Cleveland (this page)
Saint Patrick's Day Parade 2018 in Cleveland - Division 1
Saint Patrick's Day Parade 2018 in Cleveland - Division 2
Saint Patrick's Day Parade 2018 in Cleveland - Division 3
Extras from the 2018 Parade
2018 Cleveland Parade Photo Page - who do you recognize?
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