The Brothers MacRae
Friday, March 15th from 7pm-10pm @ BRU 64
Hop over to BRU 64 for a pint of beer or glass of wine while enjoying an evening musical guest appearance by The Brothers MacRae. Tap your feet to their high-energy, acoustic originals of Celtic, folk and bluegrass roots tunes.
St. Patrick's Day at the 1890 Museum
Sunday, March 17th from 11am-4pm @ 1890 Museum
Sport your finest green gear at the 1890 Museum to celebrate all things Irish! There will be limericks galore and St. Patrick's Day history all while listening to Irish tunes. Indulge in samples of traditional Irish dishes from the Victorian Era, and yes, there will be plenty of Guinness to go around. Admission to the event is free with alcohol available for purchase.
3rd Annual St. Patrick's Day Bash
Sunday, March 17th from 2-6pm @ St. Charles Hotel
Get your green on, grab your friends and prepare for lots of Irish fun at the St. Charles Hotel! Featuring the acoustic tunes of Adam Parker, followed by headliner, Ridgeline Duo. Delve into a hot plate of Corned Beef & Cabbage (while supplies last), or take advantage of their bar specials.
Arise & Go
Sunday, March 17th from 3-5pm @ The Arts at Grace
Enjoy the sounds of Arise & Go, an exciting Celtic trio that finds its roots in the dance music of Ireland, Scotland and Atlantic Canada. Blending pipes, whistles, fiddle and guitar, the group's varied musical backgrounds combine to produce a sound which is both grounded in tradition and uniquely fresh and driving.
You have to lay the base for a festive day of fun so don't skip out on an Irish-inspired breakfast. Stop by New York Bagel Café & Deli for a freshly baked bagel with a schmear of green cream cheese. Couple that with their Peppermint Paddy Latté topped with whipped cream and green drizzle for a well-balanced breakfast.
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