Dublin’ the Fun in Baltimore this St. Patrick's Day, March 17th
Dublin’ the Fun in Baltimore this March 17th
That’s right, Wednesday, March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day!
What Is St. Patrick’s Day?
St. Patrick’s Day, aka St. Paddy’s Day has been celebrated for approximately one thousand years. It is an annual observation and celebration of St. Patrick, the apostle and patron saint of Ireland.
The holiday is particularly revered in America, as many Irish immigrants fled to the U.S. during the Potato Famine in Ireland.
Today, many celebrate with brews, steamed cabbage, corned beef, Irish Soda bread, music and dancing. Oh, and wearing green of course (after the four leaf clover, an homage to St. Patrick). If you’re looking for COVID-friendly St. Patrick’s Day events in Baltimore, then look no further.
We Like To Paddy… At Home
Looking to celebrate right here at 1305 Dock Street? Please stay tuned for an announcement from the leasing team about a special grab and go event for residents to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
You can also celebrate at home with some safe and virtual St. Patrick Day celebrations:
Schola is hosting a virtual cooking class on Wednesday, March 17th, from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. For $35, you will learn how to cook traditional Irish dishes with a modern twist: garlic & Guinness steamed mussels, potato boxtys with bacon, and shepherd pie. Register for this class here.
Trying To Get Shamrocked?
Celebrate Wednesday, March 17th, with live music and some brews.
Get ready to shamrock and roll. On Wednesday, March 17th, local folk singer Spencer Joyce will be performing at Delia Foley’s, from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Stop on by for a drink, traditional Irish meal, and great music.
The pint’s the limit this Sunday, March 14th. At noon, the B&O Railroad Museum is having a Galway get-together in their outdoor pavilion. Sample a few Irish beers whilst listening to Irish guitarist, Brendan Palen. The event is free-of-charge, except for food and beverage purchases.
These Aren’t Pour Decisions
Get out and enjoy some fresh air on Wednesday. Remember to wear a mask and socially distance.
“I’m Irish and Proud” is a free-of-charge, peaceful march that will take place this Sunday, March 14th, from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Those interested in the event will meet at Mick O’Sheas Irish Pub. Please remember to wear a mask and socially distance, when marching; stay safe.
It ain’t over until it’s clover. Charm City Run is hosting their annual St. Paddy’s 5k on Sunday, March 14th at 9:00 a.m. The “virtual” 5k will start at the Charm City Run store in Fell’s Point; snacks and water will be at the finish line. To register for this $40 event, click here.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day
We wish all of our residents here at 1305 Dock Street a safe and fun St. Patrick’s Day!