Here we are again, March 17 and we are up to celebrate St. Patrick’s day in honor of the Irish with just seeing and being green for one day. Many of us associate Saint Patrick’s Day with anything green and gold, shamrocks and luck but there is more than that.
If we would celebrate St. Patrick’s day like the Irish do than this would be a culture and religious holiday for spiritual renewal and offering prayers.
Instead St. Patricks Day “Made in America” and invented by Irish-Americans is a celebration in honor of St. Patrick with parades, city festivities, music and songs, Irish food and drinks and “wearing of the green.”
We picked a few festivities around our sunshine state Florida if you want to attend and be Irish for one day.
2012 Naples 34th Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
Saturday, March 17th, 2012 at 11am
“Céad mile fáilte romhat! Be sure to join us for the traditional flag raising ceremony at Crayton Cove at 9:30 a.m. to kick off the parade. Once again, as organizers of The Florida Naples Parade, we are working hard to put together the 2012 Parade and events. Since its start in 1978, the Parade has grown in leaps and bounds!
2012 St Patricks Day Parade
Saturday, March 17, 2012
The parade will begin at 3:30 p.m. starting at College and Macomb Street and ending at College and Adams Street. Preceding the parade, at 2:30 p.m., there will be a 5K Run and Walk. Following the parade is the St. Patrick’s Day Downtown Street Festival from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on the Adams Street Commons.
2012 Vero Beach Indian River County
St Patricks Day Parade
Vero Beach Saturday March 10th at 1pm featuring pipes & drums sponsored by Elks Lodge, hosting post Parade Party with Tommy Doyle Band at 1350 26th st,1 blockeast of US1 call 772 776 1832 or email@example.com for more St Patricks Day info
2012 Irish Fest in West Palm Beach
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
the Irish Way at Irish Fest on Flagler downtown West Palm Beach
Fort Lauderdale St. Patrick’s Day Parade
ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE & FESTIVAL, SATURDAY, Updates :
We at Florida Connects wish you a Happy St. Patrick Day and may the luck of the Irish be with you that day and please don’t drink and drive. Let us know in the comments section about your events and celebration in your town so we can share it with everyone.