Get Into the Irish Spirit This St. Patrick’s Holiday
It’s time to celebrate all things Irish in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
Host a St. Patrick’s Day party
Throw a budget-friendly party to celebrate St. Patrick’s day with your kids and their friends. Your children can be part of the party planning by creating homemade invitations, helping you pick out the decorations, and preparing the green party food! Choose St. Patrick’s Day-themed activities such as creating top hats and making rainbows with a pot of gold at the end of it.
Enjoy your local parade
Cities big and small around the world host St. Patrick’s Day parades, and you are sure to find a celebration in your local area. Find out where your local parade is being held and take the family for a fun afternoon! Make sure to stay safe by staying out of the way of the parade and keeping your children close at all times.
Learn about the holiday
St. Patrick is known as the patron saint of Ireland. However, St. Patrick wasn’t Irish. Born in England as a Roman citizen, St. Patrick, was first brought to Ireland as a slave during his teen years. He then escaped back to Britain. However, in later life, he returned to Ireland to bring Christianity to the Celts. Not only is St. Patrick credited as the patron saint, but he also is fabled to have used the shamrock’s three leaves to illustrate Christianity and to have banished all the snakes from Ireland.
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