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FM 1960 St Patricks Day Parade

Written on January 12, 2017

FM 1960 St Patricks Day Parade 

 

 

The FM 1960 St. Patrick’s Parade Committee 

 

McClelland said, “Being Irish myself, I love St. Patrick’s Day. So whether you’re Irish or want to be Irish for a just a day, come out to the annual FM 1960 Parade on Sunday, March 12th and let’s get our green on!”

Parade Committee Chairman Jeff Doran said, “We could not be more pleased that Scott has accepted our invitation to serve as Grand Marshal. Scott and the folks of the Houston Division of H-E-B are very community minded and have always been huge supporters of Cypress Creek EMS and the 1960 Parade.”

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1960 Parade Makes Top Ten List

On a list of Top Ten Places to Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, the Annual FM 1960 St. Patrick’s Parade checks in at number ten along with that other Houston area Parade. (Folks that attend both have told us our crowds are bigger, although that’s an informal and unofficial estimate)

The Top Ten List comes from a website called Savvy Cities which lists cool things to do in cities all across the country. Read more about it,

  • Houston Texas — The annual FM 1960 St. Patrick’s Day Parade The annual draws crowds of 80,000 to 150,000 or more along the three mile parade route. This make’s the FM 1960 parade one of the largest community events in the North Houston area, and it’s the 1960 area’s only community-wide celebration all year long. Parade Route: East starting at Champion Forest Drive and ending at Kuykendahl (North Houston area). Compliments of the savvycities.com/st-patricks-day-celebrations-usa/