St. Patrick's Day parade turns Sturgeon Bay green

A chilly and overcast Saturday didn’t prevent people from having a good time at the 26th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Sturgeon Bay. The first float set off from Sawyer Park at 11 AM led by the Sturgeon Bay Schools marching band. At around 11:45 the last float passed S. 3rd Ave. and Jefferson St. to finish the parade. The streets were lined with people wearing green and candy was tossed from all the floats. Both Sturgeon Bay mayoral candidates had floats as well as many other local businesses. 


Pictures and a short clip of the parade can be found at the bottom of this story.











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