Home>> Ways to Celebrate St. Patricks Day
First, let’s start by covering a little of the history behind St. Patrick’s Day. According to History.com “St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated annually on March 17, the anniversary of his death in the fifth century. The Irish have observed this day as a religious holiday for over 1,000 years.” Today we see many countries around the world celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in a variety of fashions.
Many Americans, Irish or not partake in the festivities each year on March 17. We’ve gathered up some ideas for you to ring in the holiday!
It’s common knowledge if you are not seen wearing green you might get pinched! Ouch!
Face Time With Relatives
If you have any Irish relatives or family members that are a fan of the holiday, feel free to give them a video call on your computer to celebrate the day together!
Throw A Party
St. Patrick’s Day is a great day to gather with friends and have a few drinks! Try a classic green beer, or an Irish Car Bomb! Decorate your home with green, golds and clovers!
There’s no better way to ring in this particular holiday by growing your own shamrocks, for instructions on how to do so, read more here.
Attend A Bar Crawl
Almost any bar will have special celebrations in honor of St. Patty’s Day. Check out what’s happening in your town, and grab a group of friends to have a green beer-fueled crawl!
Snap Cute Pics Of Your Furry Friends
Who doesn’t love seeing fur babies dressed up? Get the cutest St. Patricks Day accessories you can find and have a photoshoot with your animals!
Have an Arts and Crafts Day With Your Littles
For fun ideas of St. Patrick’s Day crafts, check out this article here.
Attend a Local St. Patricks Day Parade
Often times cities will throw a parade in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, typically equipped with Irish baked goods, food, art, and more! Look up parades in your area