It’s time to celebrate all things green at the 41st annual Price City St Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 18 at 12:00 pm. Castle Country Radio was able to sit down with Parade Coordinator, Megan Marshall to discuss all the details.

It was announced last week at the Price City Council meeting that Joe Colosimo is the 2023 Parade Grand Marshall for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. “He is my favorite kind of Grand Marshall because not only was he born here, and educated here, but he spent his entire career working at different businesses in the area. He volunteers for the Knights of Columbus; he volunteers for anybody that needs help. He’s just one of those outstanding members of our community,” stated Marshall. Parade spectators will see Mr. Colosimo and his family lead the 41st annual Price City St Patrick’s Day Parade down Main Street on Saturday.

There is still time to register a float or walking group to be a part of this year’s parade. “You’ll just have to jump on – jump on the Price City’s website, there’s a registration link there. You fill out a quick form to keep you organized, and will get you a nice spot in line, and I’ll email you all the information regarding line-up. It really is just a good time, and a great way, like you said, for any business or organization or family entry to put something together and celebrate this holiday,” said Marshall. Keep in mind that this is a great opportunity for free advertising, community involvement and the chance to dress in green!!!

The floats and walking groups can begin lining up at 11:00 am as there will be judging conducted before the parade starts at 12:00 pm. Judging of floats will be made and awarding of the float will be presented with a beautiful trophy provided by the city.  “The different categories whether it’s the funniest, whether it’s the most beautiful, whether it’s the most in theme, and we did add a prize category for the best family entry. Like you said, there are so many new businesses and new entries that we got this year, that just seeing some of their notes of what they’re planning on, I’m really excited to see what they’ve come up with,” explained Marshall. Parade Officials wanted to remind folks on the floats that they are not allowed to throw candy from moving vehicles. However, you can have groups of people walking alongside the float to hand out candy to spectators.

If businesses, sports teams, schools and/or civic organizations would like to be a part of the annual St Patrick’s Day parade get register today at