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St. Patrick’s Day is not just for the Irish

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St. Patrick’s day is a cultural and religious celebration held every year on March 17th. March 17th is the death of Saint Patrick. Saint Patrick is the foremost patron saint of Ireland. St. Patrick’s day has been around since the early 17th century, with more and more new traditions each year.

On Saturday, March 17th (St. Patrick’s Day) the Irish Music and Dance Association is hosting their annual celebration. This fun celebration is for the whole family. It will be held at the Landmark Center in downtown St. Paul from 10am to 5pm.

Every year there is a St. Patrick’s Day Parade held in Minneapolis. This year is marking the 50th year of the parade. The parade starts at 6:30 Saturday night, but don’t go anywhere because this celebration doesn’t end when the parade is over. After the parade head to the Westminster Presbyterian Church to join in more St. Patrick’s Day fun! The entry fees to the church festivity is $5.00 or buy a St. Patrick’s day button or bead for entry.

http://www.mplsstpats.org

 

Jimmy’s Pour House

 

Saturday’s can be a busy day for many so if you can’t make it to the cities there are many celebrations right here in town. There are two Irish pubs you can visit on St. Patrick’s Day here in town. The first pub is called Jimmy’s Pour House, which is located at 22 2nd Ave N, Sauk Rapids, MN 56379. They have many food options on their menus to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

 

 

 

 

Olde Brick House

 

 

 

The second Irish pub is called the Olde Brick House located at 102 6th Ave S, St Cloud, MN 56301. The Olde Brick House is open from 11am to 1am on Saturdays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breanna Sattler
Granite City

 

At Granite City in St. Cloud they are hosting an Irish brunch on Sunday, March 18th. This Irish brunch will include many food traditions from the Irish culture. This food includes red corn beef, hash, and eggs, Irish whiskey glazed salmon, Duke pale ale curried mac & cheese and Broad axe stout prime rib stew.

Attend any of these fantastic events, Irish or not and be a part of the St. Patrick’s Day experience!

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Grade: Senior Go-to Article of Clothing: Turtleneck Living Room Decoration Must Have: White ceramic cat My Favorites: Restaurant- Texas Road House; Food- Steak Kabobs; Color- Purple; Brand- Michael Kors Quote to live by: “Everyday is a second chance” -Unknown Life Soundtrack: “Rockstar” by Post Malone Biggest Pet Peeve: When people snap their gum  
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