Naperville St. Patrick's Day Parade
The Naperville St. Patrick’s Day Parade Saturday, March 10th 2018
OUR UNIT IS #13
We are marching with the Naperville Park District.
Start Location: Naperville North High School, 899 N. Mill Street, Naperville End Location: Naperville City Hall, Water Street The Parade will start at 10AM, and should be completed by noon. We ask all participants to arrive by 9:00am.
(The parking lot opens at 8:30 and there is limited parking).
Mandatory attire for all Weber students is as follows: o Black pants o Either green long sleeved Weber Logo T or sweatshirt
OR white or black “Weber Irish Dance” T-Shirt over a white or black sweatshirt, respectively o Comfortable walking shoes—DO NOT WEAR YOUR DANCING SHOES!! March parades are always a little unpredictable, when it comes to weather. If it is cold, please remember to bring your hat, scarf, and gloves so that we can have a warm, enjoyable parade! Each dancer must be accompanied by an adult chaperone throughout the parade. The chaperones will be marching behind the dancers and are not required to wear the students’ mandatory attire, although Weber Pride is always appreciated.
Info from Parade Committee:
Parking at Naperville North is very limited, so please carpool or have someone drop off your participants. There is NO PARADE PARKING in the West lot of the school. Please park in the lot in the Northeast corner of the school property. Please do not enter the school. There will be port-o-lets in the staging area for parade participants.
Cars, floats, trucks, etc., can only enter Naperville North off of Mill Street, heading South from Ogden Avenue.
Drop-offs enter at the same location. Please tell the volunteers that you are just dropping someone off, and you will be directed to the drop-off area in front of the school. Exit after dropping off onto Ogden.
Please respect the directions given by Naperville Police officers and West Suburban Irish volunteers at the staging area. They are doing their best to get everyone where they need to be as quickly as possible.
The Parade route, and information on handicap parking and designated viewing area, are found here.
REMINDERS: the Parade is a family event, and takes place on public property. Please conduct yourselves appropriately. Please no alcohol before or during the Parade. Please do not throw candy or other objects. You may hand out candy, literature, or other objects to persons along the Parade route.
Per City of Naperville policy, there are no concealed carry weapons permitted in the Parade!