Saint Patricks' Day Float!

     Float making.

     The annual Fort Lauderdale - St. Paddys' Day parade is coming up on March 9th, and there will be so much fun and frivolities!

                                                    Irish Jack

     The  13th Street Alliance ( a group of neighborhoods and businesses) has entered the parade, and are building a float!

     hmmmm......  but how?


     We are going to follow their float building process over the next two weeks until they finish the float by parade day. Here they are looking at their blank canvass.....

     They look confused.....Stay Tuned!

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  • 2/18/2013 10:06 AM Shannon Harmeling wrote:
    Let Lake Ridge know if ya'll need help with the float!
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  • 2/18/2013 10:52 AM Mary Pat Rhodes wrote:
    Hints to ideas: St Patrick drove the snakes from Erin.

    Ireland is known for its 40 shades of green! (Not orange) Truly the Emerald Isle!

    If you catch a leprechaun get his pot of gold. The pot of gold might be at the end of a rainbow.

    The shamrock represent the Trinity; it is not a 4-leaf clover.

    It seems some politicians in our city have kissed the Blarney Stone...passionately!

    Have a great time and post lots of pictures!
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  • 2/18/2013 12:15 PM Erin wrote:
    May the spirit of the blarney stone be with them !
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  • 2/18/2013 4:25 PM Anonymous wrote:
    will the new district 2 commish ride on the float? or at least walk beside it? or is the parade on a conveniently selected day (not march 17) and before the election?
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    1. 2/20/2013 8:11 AM Anonymous wrote:
      The parade since it restarted in 2010 has always been on the Saturday before the 17th.
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      1. 3/8/2013 6:01 PM what day is it wrote:
        so when march 17 st pat day IS a saturday the parade is a week earlier on the preceeding saturday?
        typical fort lauderdale bs
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  • 2/19/2013 5:16 PM ColeenMaryMargaret wrote:
    If you want to "Go Green"... Plant a tree, a shrub, a bush, a flower or new sod... ....
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