We’re painting the town green this year on St. Pat’s in Saint Paul shenanigans. The fun starts in Rice Park at noon and will travel throughout downtown to end near Mears Park.
This class at Cooks of Crocus Hill brings back the real Irish flavors in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Cook along with Chef Randi Madden for a night in the kitchen with a menu to celebrate Ireland. Enjoy the spoils of your efforts with a tasty authentic dish. Éirinn go Brách!
Menu: Individual Shepherd’s Pies; Vegetarian Boxty (Northern Ireland potato cake); Potato Bread; Proper Irish Coffee with Almond Shortbread Bites.
Gather on in the Burger Moe's parking lot on West 7th Street to jam to DJ Josh Amsden and DJ Diesel for a St. Patrick's Day party palooza.
Grab your friends, wear your best green and crawl along West 7th Street the Saturday before St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy exclusive drink specials and waived covers at participating St. Paul venues.
Try your hand at the luck of the Irish at Sister Celeste's Sinners and Saints St. Patrick's Day Bingo in the Chapel Dining Hall at Hotel Celeste. Learn about the history of the Irish and have a shot at winning a glow-in-the-dark rosary from a trivial quiz.
Embark on a walking tour in Downtown Saint Paul to learn about the rich history of crime, corruption, and the "worst Irish behavior" during the gangster era.
Experience all things Irish at this event featuring Celtic music, entertainment and authentic vendors at Landmark Center. The Irish Music and Dance Association will return in person for the 42nd year of partnership with Landmark Center on Sunday for an Irish Day of Dance.
Join The Dregs, a musical group fusing music with comedy, for a night of laughs, great tunes, and good comradery.
Learn about the city's history and hear stories about Irish individuals such as Arch-Bishop Ireland, Police Chief John O'Connor, James J. Hill, Nina Clifford and F. Scott Fitzgerald, and more. End the tour with complimentary spirit samples at 11 Wells Distillery.