Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

This holiday is celebrated every year on March 17th, honoring the Irish patron saint, St. Patrick. The celebrations are largely Irish culture themed and typically consist of wearing green, parades, and drinking. Some churches may hold religious services and many schools and offices close in Suffolk County, the area containing Boston and its suburbs.
I just share a nice photo with people on it who had come to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

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Liverpool parade and celebrations
Ladies on Church Street sporting their Guinness hats

Staff at Flanagan’s Apple on Matthew Street

The Liverpool Irish Flute Band

A fountain close to the Washington Monument has been turned green for St Patrick’s Day (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Green cross code…the zebra crossing on Abbey Road, St John’s Wood, London last year when it was turned green by Tourism Ireland to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. Photo: Matt Crossick/PA Wire

The Duchess of Cambridge presents a shamrock to an Irish Guard (Wenn)

Paul McDonald, 27 and James McDonald, 40, in front of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, wait for the St. Patrick’s day parade to start in Manhattan on Tuesday, March 17, 2015. The brothers are from Cavan County, Ireland.(Credit: Yeong-Ung Yang)

St Patrick’s day parades in Ireland
Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival featured the giant st. Patricks day parade. Over 80, 000 people lined the streets to watch the Spring Themed parade makes its way along O’Connell St. Picture: Alan Place/FusionShooters.

The Lord Mayor Christy Burke viewing the St Patrick’s Day Parade in O’Connell street Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Photograph: Ronan McGreevy/The Irish Times

Photograph: Ronan McGreevy/The Irish Times

Members of Filipino Cork Community dancing at St Patrick’s Day Parade Cork City and Lord Mayor of Cork PIcture Clare Keogh


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