9 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Atlanta
Whether or not you’re Irish, don’t miss celebrating with a parade or festival in your area.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s day with face painting, Irish dancing, bagpipe and drum performance and more. March 13.
Bagpipe bands, Clydesdales, world’s largest walking Irish flag, Irish dancers, decorated floats and marching bands. March 14.
Celebrate post-parade with live music, food, family activities and more. March 14.
A family-friendly 5K run, 10K, and 1K Kids’ Fun Run. Costumes and dogs are welcome. March 14.
Live music, games and family-friendly fun. Saturday, don’t miss Mayor Max Bacon turning the fountain green at 5 p.m. March 14-15.
Prize drawings, holiday craft, candy treat bag and costumed character. March 14.
Before the annual parade, join the 5K run/walk through the streets while dressed in your favorite green gear. March 14.
To celebrate the lucky holiday, kids can learn the art of Irish dancing during Music Movement, go on a four-leaf clover scavenger hunt and attend a reading of “The Night Before St. Patrick’s Day”. March 17.
Performers will present traditional Irish music and step dance as part of the Family ARTSventures series. March 28.
Also check with your local library for storytelling and special St. Patrick’s Day events.