Robbinsville St Patricks Day Parade
Written on February 2, 2016
MASS AT ST. GREGORY THE GREAT: Irish Mass at 10:00 AM
OPENING CEREMONIES: 12:15 PM
MUSTERING BEGINS: 10:45 AM
PARADE BEGINS: 1:00 PM
ROUTE: All groups will assemble at Foxmoor Shopping Center no later than 12PM. Your line-up instructions will be assigned to you at a later date. Opening ceremonies will take place at the Shopping Center. The Parade will then proceed at 1:00PM from the shopping center and left on Washington Blvd., then right on North St., then right on Newtown Blvd to the round-about and a right on Lake Dr. We then pass the lake on the right and take a left on George St., then a left on Park St., then a right on Newtown Blvd, then a right on Burnet Crescent and a right on Union St. and past the reviewing stand at the intersection of Lake Dr. The route is approximately one and one-quarter miles and essentially ends very close to the start. Please click on the map picture to the right for an expanded view.
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|LOGISTICS: Parade will muster and depart from the parking lot of the Foxmoor Shopping Center on Washington Boulevard. Parade will disband behind at the same point. Please doNOT park in the Foxmoor Shopping Center on the day of the parade. Suggested parking for parade participants is either behind the buildings across the street from Foxmoor Shopping Center or at St.Gregory the Great Church, conveniently located at the After Parade Party.
Best parking will be at St. Gregory’s Church, a short walk from the muster area.
After the parade, be sure to join us for a bit of ceol agus craic at our annual After-Parade Party.
Please come out and enjoy yourself responsibly! This is a family-oriented event! Thanks!
The Robbinsville Irish Heritage Association is a volunteer organization chartered to foster an understanding and appreciation of Irish cultural values based in Robbinsville, New Jersey. We are a registered 501(c)4 non-profit corporation.
Our objective is to act as another nexus for Irish cultural events and activities in the local community, promoting Irish heritage and cultural values.