MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- Mount Kisco's St. Patrick's Day parade went off without a hitch despite cold weather with temperatures down in the 20s.
The parade, which went north on Route 117 and concluded on South Moger Avenue, featured an array of bagpipe groups, Irish dancers, local firefighters, police and an equine shelter with riders and horseback.
Turnout was lower than normal amid the frigid weather, but onlookers who showed appeared to be in good spirits.
Photos of the parade are attached.
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