What a superbly colourful St. Patrick’s Parade was held in Carriganima at 3pm on Sunday, 19th March 2017 blessed with good weather. Among the attendance were Minister for Agriculture & the Marine – Michael Creed, T.D., Aindrias Moynihan, T.D. and Cllr. John Healy-Rae and Cllr. Moynihan joined by “Michael Healy-Rae”! We recorded the excellent event and this will later be shared on LTV2 Millstreet. Here we illustrate almost 170 images of the truly marvellous occasion. Special thanks to Seán Murphy and his brilliant Team for coordinating such a hugely successful annual event in Carriganima. Please click on all the images to enlarge. (S.R.) And we continue to share lots more images of the wonderfully enjoyable annual event in Carriganima. [read more …] “Magnificent St. Patrick’s Parade 2017 in Carriganima on Sunday”
We share the first part of our coverage of St. Patrick’s Day in Millstreet on 17th March 2017. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)And we continue to share a further 65 pictures of the important national day. [read more …] “St. Patrick’s Day 2017 in Millstreet – Part One”
There’s a special treat for kids on Main Street for this St.Patrick’s Day. Someone has gone to great efforts to created the lego story of St. Patrick as their window display, and it’s fantastic. Fair play to the creator. We would advise all children (small and big) to go and have a look before it disappears, but if you can’t, just click on the photo below to see the detail (with thanks to Áine for sending this in)
MILLSTREET ST PATRICKS DAY PARADE 2017
CALLING ALL CLUBS, SCHOOLS, GROUPS, PRE SCHOOL AND INDIVIDUALS TO TAKE PART.
DENNY POP MEMORIAL CUP FOR BEST FLEET ON THE DAY
VARIOUS CASH PRIZES UP FOR GRABS ON THE DAY FOR PEOPLE TAKING PART
LIVE MUSIC IN THE SQUARE FROM 4.30 PM
FREE FACE PAINTING IN THE E CENTRE FROM 4.30 PM
PARADE COMMENCES AT 5.00 PM IN THE GREEN GLENS CARPARK STATION ROAD
We share nine more images from Ryan’s splendid coverage of the Parade. [read more …] “Wonderfully Panoramic Aerial Views by Ryan of Millstreet Parade 2016”
A very Happy
to all our friends
at home and abroad
…and, don’t forget that the Millstreet Parade starts at 5pm. Wrap up warm and let’s have a little fun
The sixth annual Rathmore St.Patrick Day Parade takes place on
Sunday March 13th. 2016 at 2pm
Led by this year’s Grand Marshall – Mary Hickey former Kerry rose
ALL FLOATS WELCOME: Categories are: Best overall float, and Frank Buckley cup; Best vintage vehicle; Best commercial float; Best organisation / group; Best window display; Best dressed buggy / prism; Best dressed pet!
Further information from 0876676817, No Street Traders
MILLSTREET ST PATRICKS DAY COMMITTEE
Hello all, please find below details of the St Patricks day parade in Millstreet.
CHANGE IN PARADE ROUTE
2016 marks the start of a new chapter for Millstreet St Patricks Day Parade, as we are changing the route the parade takes. The parade will now commence in the front carpark of the Green Glens on the Station Road. This change was due to increases in the numbers of individuals and floats taking part over the last number of years. For the first time in a long time we will have all participates in the one place, this will ensure that we will be able to maintain our high level of safety and comfort we offer to all taking part.
The route is as follows
Starting in the Green Glens Carpark Station Road at 5.00 pm, taking a left at Corkery’s corner, up to viewing stand in the square and will break up at the turn off for the fair field carpark in Minor row.
This will enable people to get back into the square quickly and also access the carpark. For vehicles wishing to return back up to the square, you may turn at the Dairygold front carpark.
Millstreet St Patricks Day Parade committee have introduced a new category this year to commemorate 1916, we are looking for individuals and groups to take part. [read more …] “Details of Millstreet St.Patrick’s Day Parade 2016”
Congratulations to Millstreet Pipe Band who were awarded the prize of Best Marching Band at the Killarney St.Patrick’s Day Parade. Pictured are Michelle Keogh and Maureen Kenny Coffey, Millstreet Pipe Band, with Derek Daly, Dalys Supervalu, Killarney Chamber of Tourism and Commerce President Kate O’Leary and Mayor of Killarney John Joe Culloty at the St. Patrick’s Festival Killarney parade prizegiving function in The International Hotel on Tuesday night. Picture: Eamonn Keogh (macmonagle.com) — at The International Hotel, Killarney.
The Comeback Kid namely Kerry Football Legend Paul Galvin made a Surprise Appearance at some Local Parades for the St Patricks Day Celebrations,he started out with an appearance at The Carriganima Parade last Sunday followed by appearances at The Parades in Ballinagree and Millatreet on St Patricks Day itself, when asked why he didn`t go to Parades in Killarney, Rathmore etc in his Native Kerry Galvin replied he had been there and done that and instead he choose to come to some of our Local Parades instead to warn the Cork People that he was back big time and that he meant Buissness especially when he would be lining out against the Rebel County of Cork, for his trouble Galvin and his hardworking Backroom Team came away with second overall best Float in the Millstreet Parade and Paul said he was delighted with The Result and that the winning had started already.
Thanks to TMC Photography for the Picture and Mary Kate Murphy for the Video
Below is a video of the Comeback Kid at The Carriganima Parade
[read more …] “The Come Back Kid Paul Galvin makes an Appearance at St Patricks Day Parades”
St.Patrick’s Day is always very busy for Millstreet Pipe Band. On Tuesday they started early at Ballydaly mass, followed by Millstreet mass at 11:30, followed by the Killarney Parade at 2pm, and finally back to the Millstreet Parade at 5pm.
Now our Pipe Band always play during St.Patrick’s Day mass in St.Patrick’s Church Millstreet, so when it was mentioned the week before that they would be played again this year, I was happy because it’s always nice, but didn’t take extra special notice of it.
But … what they played as the reflection after communion turned out to be something unexpectedly special. It started with a number of pipers playing from the altar, but then the church organ started to play at the opposite end of the church, and as the musicians played, for a few precious minutes as the low bass vibrations of the organ and the pipers passed through us, everyone was enthralled by beauty and emotion of the moment, as the hairs stood on the back of our necks … and it was of course followed by a rapturous applause. Truly, a moment not to be forgotten. [read more …] “Something Special”
Here we share some more superb images from Justin Black’s coverage of Tuesday’s wonderfully colourful St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) More images as captured by Millstreet Museum will [read more …] “Justin Black’s Magnificent Coverage of the Millstreet Parade 2015”
Millstreet native Tony Broderick was back in town on St.Patrick’s Day catching up with old friends and family, where he attended the parade for the first time in many years with camera in hand, and has shared with us some of his super photos.
These days, Tony is a wedding/events photographer living in the South West region of France and “fortunately I had a camera in hand to capture some of the wonderful colour and smiling faces on the day”.
Many thanks to Tony for sharing the photos with us.