UPDATE: To reduce the risk of the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), The City of Dublin has cancelled the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and affiliated events on March 14. The St. Patrick’s Fado Street Party scheduled for March 14 in Dublin is also cancelled. Fado Bar & Kitchen will remain open for business.
Additionally, the Dublin Link Bridge opening planned for Friday, March 13, is postponed.
The City of Dublin knows how to celebrate Irish fun, and they go all out for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade! Head to Dublin on Saturday, March 14, 2020 for the Greenest & Grandest St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Central Ohio, the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Parade and events.
Start the day with the Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast at Sell’s Middle School from 7-11 a.m. Enjoy All You Can Eat pancakes & sausage served with regular & decaf coffee and orange juice from 7 am until 11am. Cost is $8 for adults, $4 for kids. There will also be a raffle and silent auction, and they’ll be collecting old eyeglasses. You can stick around to enjoy the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Parade as it goes right past the school.
The Inflation Celebration is sure to amaze the kids. Head to Graeter’s Ice Cream on Frantz Road at 9 a.m. to see giant helium balloons inflate. Balloon artists will make Irish-themed hats and props for children as they wait for the balloons to fill.
The mile-long Dublin St. Patrick’s parade of floats, bands and bagpipers, and Grand Leprechaun steps off at 11 a.m. from Metro Place North and heads into Historic Dublin. turning north onto Frantz Road, east on Bridge Street, then continues south on High Street, ending at Waterford Drive.
After the parade, check out the various shops and restaurants in Dublin that will be continuing the St. Patrick’s celebration.