Lou Holtz Will Be The Grand Marshall At The Naples St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Lou Holtz Will Be The Grand Marshall At The Naples St. Patrick’s Day Parade

September 24, 1988: University of Notre Dame head coach Lou Holtz leads his team onto the field prior to the Fighting Irish’s 52-7 victory over Purdue at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Daniel/Allsport

I mean, if you’re going to be Irish – go Irish. Legendary Notre Dame Hall of Fame coach Lou Holtz has been announced as the Grand Marshal of Naples’ St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The 2023 parade begins at the corner of 3rd Street South and 10th Avenue. It turns east on 5th Avenue S, then east on 8th Street South to end in front of Naples City Hall. it takes place on Saturday 11 March.

Naples’ St. Patrick’s Day Parade is a must. A lot of pleasure. I was there once and it’s a great way to start a Saturday full of celebrations.

Saint Patrick’s Day honors the death of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The annual celebration day originally marked the arrival of Christianity in Ireland and was made an official religious holiday by the Catholic Church in the early 17th century.

While traditional festivities saw communities come together at church services and family celebrations, it has since become a notoriously boozy holiday celebrated here in the United States. Many celebrate March 17 by sipping on one of the country’s most iconic exports – Guinness.

A stout beer known for its dark color, creamy head and characteristic caramel flavor is made from roasted barley, hops, yeast and water. If you’re looking to switch things up this year, check out these 6 Guinness cocktail recipes below:

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