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Maureen Kennedy of the Irish Heritage Center sits with her float in the staging area before the Cincinnati St. Patrick's Parade.

Irish Heritage Center's Saint Patrick Parade After Party

Following the 2022 Cincinnati Saint Patrick's Parade, the Irish Heritage Center will open its doors to the public for fun and merriment, highlighting perfectly poured drinks in the Thatched Roof Irish Pub and authentic food, as well as family friendly dance, genealogy, arts and crafts, and storytelling. Plus at various times in the day St. Patrick himself will be walking the halls looking to join your selfies.

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