St. Patrick's Day

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day…in September?
Well, it's really a "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" celebration. Yes, we are halfway to green beer and leprechauns, so this Saturday, September 15th, come celebrate in style with the foot stomping, hand clapping Irish music of the "Ryan Clan."
Fun Facts About St. Patrick’s Day
Lauren Pennino
 
 Saint Patrick was British
-Patrick was not Irish himself. He was born to Roman parents in Scotland or Wales in the late 14th century.
 
 It used to be a dry holiday
-Saint Patrick’s day used to be considered a strictly religious holiday in Ireland. Bec…
St. Patrick’s Day By The Numbers
It may have religious undertones, but St. Patrick's Day still ranks as one of the biggest drinking days of the year. It's estimated that more than 33 million people from  around the world will combine cocktails, beer and cabbage in the name of St...
Find Your Leprechaun Name
Happy St. Patrick's Day to ya!  This is the one day of the year that everyone is Irish.  Make it official by finding out your leprechaun name.
St Patrick’s Day Coming Early to Norwich
Chenango Has Talent is this Saturday, March 1st. What's that, you say. Well, it's an evening of great music with some of Chenango County's finest musicians.
The music begins with one of the country's best Irish groups, the Ryan Clan, and if you have ever had the pleasure to hear t…