Large crowds are expected to attend St Patrick’s Day Parades around the county. The St Patricks’s Day dawn parade takes place in Dingle tomorrow at 6am. Dingle Fife and Drum Band leads the town’s first parade which starts at 6am. It’ll culminate at 7am in St Mary’s Church. Dingle’s later parade starts at 12.45 from Ashmount Terrace. Those taking part in Milltown’s parade will assemble at the mart from 9.30am. Participants in Tralee’s parade will assemble at 11am at John Joe Sheehy Road, while the event itself starts at noon. Ballyduff’s main event will begin from the Square, after 11 o’clock Mass, with an estimated start time of noon. If you’re involved in Castlemaine’s parade which begins at noon, you’re asked to assemble at Flynn’s Garage and Funeral Home from 11.30am. Causeway’s parade begins at 12 midday from the Sportsfield. Organisers are asking the people of Glenbeigh, Glencar and Cromane to gather in Glenbeigh GAA grounds from well before noon for their parade. Sneem’s gathering begins at 12.15, with people being asked to assemble at Quay Road at 11.30am. There’ll be road closures from 12.15 to 1.15 due to the parade in Sneem. Listowel’s parade starts at 12.30pm from the community centre. There’ll be live music on Main Street, Castleisland from noon with the parade, which is being led by the Cullen Pipe Band, starting at 1 pm from the Tralee road. Killorglin’s parade starts at 1 from the Fishery, with people being asked to assemble from 12.30. The St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Killarney begin at 2pm from Mission Road. Those taking part in Abbeydorney’s festivities will assemble from 1 in the complex, with the parade starting at 2. Assembly for Cahersiveen’s parade is at 1.30pm, with the event starting at 2 from Fertha Drive. Ballybunion’s parade begins at 3 from Doon Road with assembly from 2, while Ballyheigue’s event leaves from the Grotto at 3 o’clock. Those taking part in Kilflynn’s celebrations will assemble at 3.30 from St Teresa’s National School, with the event beginning at 4. Waterville’s parade also starts at 4. In West Limerick, Abbeyfeale’s St Patrick’s Day celebration starts at 4pm at Mount Mahon, opposite the church, with assembly beforehand.