Everybody is Irish when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around and Taylor Morrison wants to help you get the most out of the “greenest” holiday of the year.
Whether you’re into pouring a pint of green ale with good friends or packing the whole gang into the car for an early morning 10K run, we’ve got our Chicago, Austin and Houston communities covered.
Erin go Bragh!
This year the famous Downtown Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place on Saturday, March 12th. As always the event kicks off at noon and is preceded at 9 a.m. by the popular dyeing of the Chicago River. You’ll find bagpipes, Irish dancers and plenty of green clad party goers.
Following the parade, bring the kids to the Irish American Heritage Center for the St. Patrick’s Festival from 1 p.m. to midnight. Further events and activities such as live music, dancing and food are scheduled for the 17th from noon to 10 p.m. Purchase tickets online.
Runners should schedule in time to do the Leprechaun Leap on Saturday morning. Don’t forget to wear green!
Looking forward to putting on your best green clothes and dancing up a storm this March 17th? You might want to check out this list of the best St. Patty’s Day parties in Austin. From tasty green beer to the best in live music, y’all know Austin knows how to break out the fiddle and put on a show.
And for family friendly fun with the Leprechauns, head to St. Patrick’s Day Austin. Held Thursday the 17th from 3-9 p.m. at Pioneer Farms, you’ll discover authentic Irish culture, live music and truly traditional Irish grub.
The theme of the 2016 Houston St. Patrick’s Day Parade is “Paint H-Town Green.” So do your part and join the gang anywhere along the parade route. Procession begins at noon on March 12th with an after party at Lucky’s Pub!
For more St. Patty’s fun all week long, check out these fantastic events sponsored by FM 1960. You’ll find parades, fun runs, pub crawls and more.