Saturday March 18, 2017: Brookside St Pat's Parade

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Real Estate Agent with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate-Kansas City Homes

 

 

This Saturday, March 18, 2017 is the 37th Annual St Patrick's Warm Up Parade in Brookside!

The parade begins at 2pm and will run at least 90 minutes.

Participants will begin lining up along Brookside Road in Armour Hills a couple of hours before starting time. The parade begins at 65th St and Wornall Road and winds through the heart of Brookside along Wornall, 63rd St, Meyer and Main. A route map is posted at www.brooksidekc.org.

Join us in Brookside for this family friendly event!  Please plan to park a few blocks away and walk to the route. All of the side streets will be clogged with parked cars. Watch for extra pedestrians, strollers, kids, bicycles...drive slowly!

Thank you for supporting our locally owned Brookside businesses during this special event!

Posted by

Mary Hutchison, SRES, ABR

(Brookside/Armour Hills resident, local business supporter, NPR fan, Habitat ReStore volunteer, thankful for the gift of another day!)

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Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate/Kansas City Homes

mary.hutchison@kansascityhomes.com

816 510 1262

www.maryhutchison.org

 

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Hi Mary - it is fun to party on St. Patricks Day.  Everyone becomes Irish that day.

Mar 15, 2017 10:57 AM #1
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Mary Hutchison, SRES, ABR - I'll bet it was a fun event. It's posts like yours that make me wish we could celebrate much longer than just one day. I think about all the hard work that goes into making those floats, the excitement of the kids who are on those floats or marching in parades. One day, sometimes, just isn't enough... 

May you have the luck of the Irish always!!!

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