The AOH annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner will be held on 3/4/17 at the American Legion. Your attendance and support of journal helps support the annual parade.
Our annual mass will be held at on Saturday 3/11/17 at 11:30 am at St. Francis of Assisi, Mount Kisco, NY. Reception to follow in church. The St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee is pleased to announce the 27th annual Parade will be held on 3/11/2017 at 2 pm, Main St. Mount Kisco, NY. Marching Groups should assemble at 1:15 pm off Moore Avenue. on your assigned side street in the same order as listed on program. Bus ride for marchers is on Green St.
To view the Line of March program click green button below. 2017 Program will be on website in days before parade.
For parade marchers park in lot by Green Street, a bus picks up marchers in front of Mount Kisco fire station. Arrive early to allow time to park, ride on bus to lineup location, and form up.
Sponsors- Society of Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, Cassidy Flynn Funeral Home, Chappaqua Transportation, Whalen's Moving & Storage, Northern Westchester Hospital
The national AOH is celebrating its founding 181 years ago in 1836 at St. James Church on James St. in Manhattan, NY.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 16 , a non-profit organization was formed on September 13, 1891 consisting of men of Irish descent and practicing Roman Catholics living in the Northern Westchester area. The division has a long and distinguished history of serving different community groups in the area as well as hosting northern Westchester County’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Mount Kisco, New York. The annual parade results in a positive image for Northern Westchester and benefits area businesses in Mount Kisco. Membership is also available for the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians.
AOH welcomes delegation from Ireland
The A.O.H. seeks to promote friendship, unity, and Christian charity. Throughout the year the division raises thousands of dollars for local groups such as the Boys and Girls Club of Northern Westchester, Hospice of Northern Westchester, and Rosary Hill Cancer Center. The A.O.H. originated in America in N.Y.C. on May 4, 1836 in order to protect the Catholic Church from a mounting wave of religious bigotry, discrimination, and mob violence. In April 1844 the AOH valiantly defended the old St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NYC from being burned down. Division 16 meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. For further information or an application, please write: AOH P.O. Box 473 Mount Kisco, NY 10549. Application can be printed out from this website.
The A.O.H. originated in America in N.Y.C. on May 4, 1836 in order to protect the Catholic Church from a mounting wave of religious bigotry, discrimination, and mob violence. In April 1844 the AOH valiantly defended the old St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NYC from being burned down.
Here is a photo of our participation in New York City's 2016 St. Patrick's Day Parade
The Ancient Order of Hibernians - Division 16 meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. Meetings are held at the American Legion Hall 1 Legion Way Mount Kisco, NY. Come join us!
John J. Donohue, President