St. Patrick's Day
CROWN POINT | The Pipes and Drums of the Lake County Sheriff’s Department announce the Pub Crawl schedule for the St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
SCHERERVILLE | St. Michael's Church will serve a St. Patrick's Day dinner from 5 to 8 p.m. March 16 at the parish hall.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point's annual nighttime St. Patrick's Day parade kicks off with the corned beef and cabbage dinner at the Crown Point Fire Rescue Department, 126 N. East St.
The Chicago River is dyed green ahead of the St. Patrick's Day parade in Chicago.
CROWN POINT | The city's annual St. Patrick's Day parade is expected to generate a bigger turnout than ever on Saturday, but officials said they're prepared.
CROWN POINT | Advance ticket sales have begun for Crown Point's annual St. Patrick's Day dinner.
CROWN POINT | Thousands of people flooded the city’s downtown Thursday to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style. And everywhere, 40 shades of green could be seen.
Porridge is hot in Ireland.
Kate Runyan, 19, of Lakes of the Four Seasons, recently participated in the largest celebration and predominant culture at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Porridge is hot in Ireland. Piping hot, with a dollop of cream, pinch of cinnamon, or drizzle of honey. Mmmm, add strawberries for sweetness. Or chopped apples for crunch.
The city of Crown Point will be decked out in green Thursday for its annual St. Patrick's Day festivities, beginning with a traditional dinner of corned beef and cabbage from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Crown Point Fire Station, 126 N. East St. Cost is $12 at the door for adults, $7 for seniors…
St. Patrick's Day tis when even those folks who rarely venture out to tip a pint, turn Irish long enough to hoist a frothy mug and sing a chorus or two of "The Unicorn Song."
For fans of Irish music and entertainment, seeing and hearing a bevy of the acts that make their way to Chicagoland on and around St. Patrick's Day has become something of a tradition.
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CROWN POINT | During the city's Third Annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration on March 17, volunteers are being sought to shave their heads, with the help of local Crown Point stylists and barbers, to Conquer Kids' Cancer.
CROWN POINT | An evening parade will again highlight annual St. Patrick's Day activities in Crown Point, with emergency vehicles, lighted entries, a pipes and drums band and dignitaries expected to participate.
CROWN POINT | Mayor Uran's Office of Special Events is proud to announce that at dusk on Thursday, March 17, the annual St. Patrick's Day Night Parade will commence featuring emergency vehicles, lit entries, Pipes and Drums, Grand Marshall Mayor David D. F. Uran, Junior Grand Marshall and mu…
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