All things Irish - The glad celebrations of St. Patrick's Day are uplifting and full of merriment, freedom, and dedication to a People that have overcome adversity in many ways.
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St. Patrick's Day isn't just for Ireland. St. Patrick's Day is held around the world from Great Britain to Canada to Russia to the US to Switzerland and even to Japan.
St. Patrick's Day is March 17th. Find out why it's celebrated on this day, and how to make your own celebratory green beer.
From the UK, parts of my family moved to Ireland & Scotland, then brought a flurry of customs along to America. Many of these aspects are great for the holiday - especially the food!
St Patrick's Day has come to be celebrated all over the world. Wherever there is an Irish bar (and that's most places!) on the 17th March you will see people wearing shamrocks, embracing all things green and telling...
Shamrocks & Saint Patrick's Day Clipart, Borders, Frames & More!
What did Guy Fawkes do and why are we celebrating every 5th November? The Gunpowder plot of 1605 A.D. almost succeeded. Most people know the first lines of the rhyme but there is so much more to it.
A Shamrock Plant adds lots of color and interest to your garden. And if it happens to come with a little bit of the Luck 'O the Irish, so much the better! it's an easy plant to care for.
The Symbols and Emblems of Wales. Part of the culture of people in a certain place are their national emblems and symbols. it is what make or tie them as a nation. Wales as a nation is an example of a place with lots of...