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    Paddymatch – Irish Love

    Everyone loves the Irish. Particularly on St Patrick's Day. They love chatting. They love people. They love children. They are quirky, fun, love story telling…not surprising as they are Irish after all! So go to it, Meet your Irish love on Paddymatch! But wait! What if you are not of Irish blood? Let me tell you a story… Once upon a time a young man from North of England, of Viking stock, decided to seek fame, fortune in Australia. Whereupon, lo & behold!, he met an Irish lady! The rest is history with 3 beautiful daughters & 8 beautiful grandchildren. Paddymatch Irish members could not be deprived of a similar happening. So welcome World! Viking Peter A True Story.


    St. Patrick's Day (on March 17th, each year) is celebrated in New Orleans and its suburb in the form of....another parade! It's the perfect season for another celebration ... after all, it's New Orleans, and we love to parade!

    Our annual St. Patrick's Day Parades are considered another opportunity for family and friends to get together and enjoy a day outdoors. It seems as if the entire city is on the street with picnic baskets, umbrellas, and their recreational vehicles...enjoying one of the biggest street parties of the year! Men and women in walking groups from various clubs in the city dress in costumes of green and give out flowers, beads, and kisses to lucky parade goers along the route.

    Music adds to the festivities with bands in the parade, and walking groups dancing down the street...only stopping to award their beautiful beads and flowers to the lucky parade goers along the route.

    Floats and truck floats (those on flatbed trailers created by the riders themselves) respond to the call, "Throw me something, Mister!" Historically, the parade's most famous throws are cabbages, carrots, onions...and moonpies! (You may even see a potato or two in the air!)






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