Welcome to the Stamford St. Patrick's Day Parade!
Join us for the Parade on March 2, 2024 at 2PM!
Here’s the parade route!
🍀 Exciting News for Families in Stamford! 🌈
Join us for a fantastic day of fun at the Stamford St. Patrick’s Parade on March 2 at 2 PM! Bring your loved ones to the perfect Family Friendly spot on Summer Street between North St and Broad Street.
Enjoy the festive atmosphere with colorful floats, lively music, and the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day! Let’s create lasting memories together!
Don’t miss out on the joyous celebration – mark your calendars and get ready for an afternoon filled with laughter, cheers, and Irish charm! 🇮🇪
Making an Impact Across the community
The Irish-American Cultural Society of Stamford (IACSOS) was formed to celebrate the American immigration story and the positive influence Irish people have on our community. From civic, religious, philanthropic and business leaders, to noteworthy musicians, dancers, artists and writers, and gifted people with talents of every kind, the tapestry that is our community is woven with vibrant and rich threads of immigrants who have made an indelible mark on our culture and our lives.
One of the many ways the IACSOS makes an impact in the Stamford community and beyond each year is by bringing together tens of thousands of people from the city and region to The Stamford St. Patrick’s Day Grand Marshal’s Dinner and Parade. These truly inclusive events celebrate the coming of spring and the fact that “everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day!”
Become a friend of the Parade!
St. Patrick is venerated as the patron saint of Ireland because he is credited with being the first bishop and the founder of Christianity in Ireland. The Irish American Cultural Society of Stamford (IACSOS) is credited with bringing the Stamford St. Patrick’s Day Grand Marshal’s Dinner and Parade to Stamford and the surrounding communities every year.
The IACSOS is a volunteer-driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We receive no city, state, or federal funds. We are solely run with donations from the private sector. We rely on the generosity of people like you to bring the Dinner and Parade to our community!
Donate today! Send your tax-deductible donation to the IACSOS, P.O. Box 17163, Stamford, CT 06907.
Thank you for your support!
Read the latest parade news!
Congratulations to Patrick Loughran, of the Stamford Police Department CT and AOH Stamford! We also will be honoring Stamford’s Cingari family, who own ShopRite. Read more about him in the Stamford Advocate article!
Giving Day 2022! It's #GivingDay2022 ! Help donate and support the parade! The IACSOS is a volunteer-driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We receive no city, state, or federal funds. We are solely run with donations from the private sector. We rely on the...
Congratulations to our first James Bartley memorial scholarship winner, Anisa Richardson! She wowed the scholarship committee with an impressive GPA and essay. See her essay and photos below. Michael Feighan, Kathy Bartley (Jim’s sister), Anisa Richardson, Fiona Boote...
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“Irish American Cultural Society of Stamford”
PO Box 17163, Stamford, CT. 06907