St. Patricks Day
Each year around St. Patrick’s Day, people start thinking about rainbows and the pots of gold coins that lie at the end of them. Well, some of us would like to believe so. But where did this Irish legend start?
This year, family-friendly St. Patrick’s Day events include a green-themed enrichment day at the zoo, an Irish Week Festival, the 30th renewal of the Seattle St. Patrick’s Day Dash, creative activities at the Children’s Museum and a St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Stop in any one of these Seattle bars on St. Patrick’s Day to celebrate the holiday with authentic Irish foods and drinks, as well as traditional Irish music and dancing.
If rowdy crowds and green beer are not your way of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, you have some elegant options around the Sound that incorporate Ireland’s traditional fare with a culinary twist.
Irish eyes are smiling this weekend with plenty of St. Patrick’s Day Events, as well as fun for those who enjoy antiques and collectibles. Your pot of gold is waiting for you!
Whole Foods Markets are getting set to open their newest Washington state store in Lynnwood. Grand opening is set for Thursday, March 15 at 8:00am, with a “Whole Family Celebration” on Saturday, March 17.
You don’t have to find the rainbow’s end to enjoy a St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Just a wee drive from Seattle will do!
Seattle has a variety of family- friendly events to enjoy over the St. Patrick’s Day holiday. Along with the amazing parade, family activities include an Irish festival, a St. Patrick’s Day Dash, a concert and a fun zoo experience.
Whether you’re looking for a rowdy party or seeking to more calmly celebrate the culture of Ireland, you’ll be sure to find something to do in Seattle for St. Patrick’s Day.
Five different variations on one traditional dish, these restaurants show us the best of corned beef and cabbage in Seattle. Forget the rainbow and follow the crowd.