St Patricks Day Parade On Bagnell Dam Strip March 15 2014 At 100 Pm

Dated: March 6 2014

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St. Patrick's Day is just around corner and what better way to spend the day than a parade! The Lake of the Ozarks St. Patrick's Day Parade will take place on March 15, 2014 at 1:00 pm on the historic Bagnell Dam Strip at Lake of the Ozarks Missouri.

Deck the whole family out in green, grab the lawn chairs and head out to Bagnell Dam Strip for an afternoon of family fun watching the various floats, cars, motorcycles and yes even boats as they make trip along the Strip. And who knows you might even score some candy!

Do you or your group/organization have a boat, float, car, truck, motorcycle, etc. that you would like to enter the Lake of the Ozarks St. Patrick's Day Parade? You can download the official entry from and return it to the Bagnell Dam Strip Association no later than March 7, 2014. For more information you call 573.280.5477 or email jcarroll88.jc@gmail.com. 

Please be careful driving down Bagnell Dam Blvd before the event while floats are lining up. The road will be shut down at 12:45 and re-open around 3:00. You can exit or enter Hwy H.H. by using Hwy 242 and traffic will be let through at gaps in the parade.
The Lake of the Ozarks St. Patrick's Day Parade is sponsored by The Bagnell Dam Strip Association.

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