Hundreds gathered in Sunnyside on Sunday to watch the St. Patrick’s Day for All Parade where Mayor de Blasio, City Council members and other electeds marched.
Unlike the Manhattan parade, St. Patrick’s Day for All allows the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning and other groups to march openly. De Blasio has already stated he will not march in the Manhattan parade.
— Tess McRae
Conor Sean McSorely, 9, left, Caitlin Mahoney, 6, and Kayla Carney, 7.
This pooch is all decked out in green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Activist and drag queen Panti Bliss greets Queens before the parade kickoff.
Councilman Danny Dromm gives a speech at the start of the parade. Rep. Carol Maloney, third from right, and Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, next to Maloney, look on.
Eight-year-old Giulia Bottero, left, and 9-year-old Thais Estrada show off their puppet as they march.
The Keltic Dreams dance group performed traditional jigs to entertain the freezing crowd before kickoff.
Mayor de Blasio and Public Advocate Letitia James share a laugh as they lead the parade marchers on Skillman Avenue.
Players from the New York Scottish Pipe and Drum marches with the group.
One man sports his shamrock shades.
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