The St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which kicks off at noon Saturday, March 14 along Main Street, will feature almost 50 parade entries, including Irish bagpipers, Irish Wolfhounds, and “30 Men in Kilts.”

Remember that there is no parking from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Main Street or 6th Street. Streets will also be closed to traffic at 11:30 a.m. and re-open after the parade. There is ample street parking. Normal Saturday parking rules will apply.

Here’s the line-up:

  1. S.E. WI Harley Group
  2. Racine Fire Trucks
  3. Downtown Racine Corporation 9th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade Grand Marshal, Vicki Kiefer
  4. City of Racine Mayor Dickert
  5. Alderman Jeff Coe
  6. Mitchell Middle School
  7. Miss Racine: Alyssa Bohm
  8. State Representative Cory Mason
  9. Knights of Columbus
  10. Dr. Edward Diehl
  11. Masters of Movement Arts
  12. March of Dimes
  13. Mrs. Wisconsin, Britani D’Alie
  14. Racine Raiders Football Club
  15. Henry & Wanda’s 30 Men in Kilts
  16. Paulson for Judge
  17. Racine Dental Group
  18. Two Men and a Truck
  19. Starbuck & Gilmore Spirit Squad
  20. Tricia Hanson for Judge
  21. Rita R. Kelley
  22. American Professional Driving School
  23. Shaymus Guinn Foundation
  24. McAuliffe’s on the Square: Saturday Night Preachers
  25. Jimmy John’s
  26. Lake Oaks Senior Apartments
  27. CBS 58’s Jessica Tighe, Lance Hill and April Dovorany
  28. Dr. John Bryant Community Center’s Poms Squad
  29. CNH Industrial
  30. Cabbage Heads Tavern
  31. Job’s Daughters International
  32. O & H Danish Bakery
  33. BAC Photography
  34. Katie’s Canine Klubhouse
  35. Belle City Coastal Tours
  36. Mascot League of Southeast WI
  37. Leigh McNabb of Kiss FM
  38. Delagrave for County Executive
  39. Marcus Renaissance Theatre
  40. Harbor Lite Yacht Club
  41. Melvin Hargrove for Mayor
  42. Root River Rollers
  43. Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery
  44. Racine County Sheriff’s Office
  45. Racine Fire Bells
  46. Uncorkt
  47. Racine Threat
  48. Neal Bacon, Bagpiper

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.