Sunnyside and Woodside got all dressed up in green for the annual St. Pat’s for All Parade Sunday.
The parade, which ran down Skillman Avenue, featured the young and old, and even some four-legged friends celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.
After deciding to boycott the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, because of its ban on LGBT pride banners or signs, Mayor Bill de Blasio took the trip to Queens to march in the Sunnyside parade.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE PARADE PHOTOS
De Blasio was joined by other elected officials including City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Public Advocate Letitia James, City Councilmembers Daniel Dromm and Jimmy Van Bramer, Senators Michael Gianaris and Grace Meng, and many more.
The Grand Marshals of the parade were Terry McGovern and Tom Duane.
St. Pat’s for All is known to be the city’s most diverse St. Patrick’s parade, embracing LGBT groups, community organizations, school bands, Irish organizations and, religious and civic groups.
An annual post-parade party followed at Saints & Sinners Irish Bar & Grill.
- Pol, residents call on Jackson Heights Starbucks to clean up its garbage
- Cross Bay biz: Coming back from the storm
- Driver seriously injured in Woodhaven auto collision