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St. Patrick’s Day Celebrated In Downtown Cleveland

Monday, March 17, 2014 at 4:47 PM

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Hundreds of celebrants donned in green lined up along Superior Avenue today as the 147th annual St. Patrick's Day parade began, with dozens of civic, cultural, and municipal groups marching to Celtic music. Officials present included Mayor Frank Jackson and Ohio Senator Rob Portman. The conditions were brisk...temps hovered around 30 with a noticeable, chilly breeze. But many people cheered on the stream of musicians, soldiers, police, and community activists as they marched along the parade route.

To hear part of the bagpipe music played today during the St. Patrick's Day March, click on the "play" arrow above.

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Flag bearers lead the procession around 1pm today (pic by Brian Bull) Young participants blast away on vuvuzelas (pic by Brian Bull) Mayor Frank Jackson waves to the crowds (pic by Brian Bull) Some of the many locals who gathered to watch the parade (pic by Brian Bull) A piper makes his way down Superior Avenue (pic by Brian Bull)


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