Buffalo and other cities with densely Polish heritage celebrate Dyngus Day each year, the Monday after Easter.  And with celebrations all over the city, no one does it bigger than Buffalo does, even with a parade.

This year's 13th annual Dyngus Day Parade will be longer and to accommodate larger crowds the parade route will change slightly.  As always the parade will start at Corpus Christi Church on Clark Street, turn left on Broadway, left on Fillmore and left on Peckham Street.

But new for 2019, when the parade reaches Memorial Drive instead of turning left, the parade will turn RIGHT on Memorial Drive near Pussy Willow Park and end at the intersection of William Street and Fillmore Avenue.

The parade starts at 5 pm on Monday, April 22nd.