St. Patrick’s Day

The Spokane community comes together for all things green and Irish at the Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. Considered one of the most fun and entertaining parades in the region, you'll want to snag a spot on the route before the parade begins at 12 pm so you don't miss out. Whether you're of Irish heritage or not, this parade is open to total community involvement. So, come and embrace the Irish spirit for the day and join us in celebrating Irish culture as the town embraces all things Ireland. 

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Saturday Before St. Patrick’s Day

The centerpiece of Spokane’s Irish celebration is the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The procession begins the Saturday before March 17th at 12 p.m. in downtown and will snake its way around Riverfront Park. Everyone is Irish for the day, so come out to watch the flurry of marching bagpipes, green galore, traditional Irish garb, shamrocks, and lively dancing. 

Irish Week at O’Doherty’s Irish Grille

Week of St. Patrick’s Day

You can count on Spokane’s very own Irish pub to deliver the St. Patrick’s Day goods. O'Doherty's Irish Grille will kick off their Irish Week on March 10. The full week of events includes live Irish music and dancing, the Annual Limerick Contest, and of course, green beer.

Annual St. Paddy’s Day Five Miler

Closest Sunday to March 17th

Lace-up your shoes and wear your green as you race along the five-mile course! Put on by Fleet Feet and the Bloomsday Road Runner Club, this annual is fun for runners of all levels. Run fast enough and you can qualify for Bloomsday Second Seed in May.


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