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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Monday will mark the 30th anniversary for the Ancient Order of Hibernians sponsorship of the St. Patrick’s Day in Dogtown. The parade in Dogtown is always celebrated on St. Patrick ’s Day on March 17th.

This year the parade will start at 12:30 pm at the corner of Tamm and Oakland and will end at Tamm and Manchester. The Grand Marshall for the parade is St. Louis’s own, cartoonist Mike Peters.

A reminder that parking is always a problem, parade organizers suggest parking at the St. Louis Zoo south parking lot or free parking in Forest Park.

The Dogtown Merchants Association and St. Louis police will be enforcing no coolers at the parade.

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