I am not Irish, so the extent of my celebration is to wish other people "Happy Saint Patrick's Day".
I celebrate "St. Patrick's Day" just like I celebrate everyday, being who I am.
Yes I do celebrate St. Patrick's Day just like any other holiday and its also good to mingle around with people from different culture.
I celebrate with a service in church and maybe a lunch or dinner. There are a lot of ways to celebrate and I believe it is up to the individual or group. In Ireland it is a day of prayer, Family, Friends and Craic. (Not Drugs). And no green Beer. There are a few parades but no where as much as in the States.
by Celebrates3 years ago
How do you celebrate Saint Patrick's Day?
by Gabriel Wilson8 years ago
Any one out there with some Irish connections? What are you doing on the 17th of this month. It would be nice to know how you celebrate Saint Patrick's day.
by Laura Brown5 years ago
Why do we wear green on Saint Patrick's Day?My Grandmother's side of the family were Irish but I never thought to ask her. Why is green the traditional colour for St. Patrick's Day?
by Luvtoo Write4 years ago
What is your Favorite Irish Blessing or Quote in Honor of Saint Patrick's Day?
by PhoenixV5 years ago
What Are Some Saint Patrick's Day Traditions?What Are Some Saint Patrick's Day Traditions?
by theirishobserver.7 years ago
When I was growing up Saint Patrick was always somewhere to be seen or heard. Pictures of Saint Patrick hung in every Catholic House and his name was a regular feature of conversation, St Patricks School, St Patricks...
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