Celebrating St. Paddy's Day

St. Patrick's Day is known for 
big parades of marchers 
all dressed in leprechaun green 
that are ready to celebrate 
the day with a feast of 
Corned Beef and Cabbage and Green Beer.  

Here are the locations of the Top Ten 
largest St.Patrick's Day Celebrations:

10.  Syracuse, New York - 
Where the green on top traffic light can be found


9. Scranton, Pennsylvania - 
over 150,000 attendees

8. New Orleans, Lousiana - 
a parade of floats with 
airborne potatoes and cabbages

7.  Holyoke, Massachusetts - 
25,000 official participants and over 300,000 spectators


6. Hot Springs, Arkansas - 
World's Shortest Parade held on Bridge Street, 
the shortest street with Elvis look-a-likes

5.  Savannah, Georgia - 
The procession winds through the Historic Park District, 
where the city fountains are dyed green.

4. Boston, Massachusetts - 
The site of the first American St. Patrick's Day Parade 
in 1737 that now hosts over 600,000 spectators.

3. Chicago, Illinois - 
The Chicago River is dyed green

2. Dublin, Ireland - 
The parade is part of a week long celebration

1. New York City, New York - 
The parade is led by the U.S. 69th Infantry, 
and usually has at least 150,000 marchers 
and 2 million spectators.

St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York City - March 17, 2012 (credit: Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

Happy St. Patrick's Day to All
May the your day be filled with fun
and the Luck of the Irish be upon you!!!!

Holiday Headquarters hopes you 
find your pot of Gold!  

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