(Fargo, ND) -- The annual St. Patrick's Day parade's organizers are inviting you to watch the festivities and join an estimated 10,000 other attendees.
The parade will feature several St. Patrick's Day based events, including several bands, Irish dancers, bagpipes, civic clubs, multicultural groups, and more. The parade is taking place a week after it was originally scheduled, following a weather based cancelation. Meteorologists are expecting wind chills to be near -15, with wind gusts up to 34 miles per hour.
"We try to control everything that is within our sphere of control but unfortunately mother nature does not fall on that list, "said Cindy Grafeo, The Executive Director for Fargo's Downtown Community Partnership.
The parade begins at 11 a.m and travels east along Center Avenue in Moorhead, then enters Fargo. From there, it will move along NP Avenue and turn north onto Broadway, where it will end on 4th Avenue. You can find additional information on the parade by clicking here.