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Bmore Social: Baltimore St. Patrick Parade

A visual recap of the 66th-annual parade honoring Charm City's Irish community.
By Sloane Brown

Baltimore St. Patrick Parade
March 10, 2024
2–3 p.m.
Downtown Baltimore 

The temperatures might have been in the 40s—with wind gusts of up to 50 mph—but nothing was going to stand in the way of Baltimore’s annual St. Patrick Parade, a favorite tradition of hundreds in the local Irish community and beyond.  As bands, clubs, and various performers prepared to step off, assembling around the Washington Monument, fans staked out their places along the Charles Street route, with blankets, parkas, and a wee bit of Irish enthusiasm keeping them warm.

Left to right: Penny, 6-year-old standard poodle, works off some nervous pre-parade energy playing with parade participants Benjamin Bouchat, 13, Elizabeth Bruce, 17, Ethan Bruce, 13
Left to right: Jim DeLuca, retired consultant; Michelle Middleton, retired healthcare administrator
Left to right: Jermaine James, food preparation cook; Tiffany Cole, Michele’s Granola production worker, 3-month-old Shichon
Left to right: Kayla Van Boxtel, Johns Hopkins Health Systems RN; Marisela Isak, Vermont-based RN
Left to right: Philadelphia Mummers’ Hegeman String Band members/parade participants; Adison Korhammer, 24; Codi Korhammer, dementia care practitioner; Kelliann Gallagher, Sisu Physical Therapy owner/physical therapist/bank captain
Left to right: Natalie Jouroukhin, 6; Katya Jouroukhin, 13; Ksenia Torchinsky, Johns Hopkins University lab manager; Yan Jouroukhin, MilleporeSigma scientist
Left to right: Liam Mui, 13; Jelly, 1-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel; Veronica Mui, Pet Care Extraordinaire dog groomer; Michael McCann, Medicare CMS IT specialist
Left to right: Susan Wine, community volunteer; Aulfynn, 16-month-old Irish Wolfhound; Rosie, 4-year-old Irish Wolfhound; John Flanigan, RK&K senior surveyor/ride away technician; Oona, 9
Left to right: Jim L., finance specialist; Debra Ifill, patient fund administrator
Left to right: Kate Reddick, nurse; Louren Reddick, Federal Hill Kitchen, Bath and Closet president; Berkley Reddick, chef