St Patricks Day
March 15, 2012, 7:55 AM
Filed under: Fun on a budget

Fun for Adults-

March 15- The Irish Rovers at the Keswick in Glenside 8pm.  Tickets start at $29.50

March  17-   St Patrick’s Day Tour Laurel Hill 1pm.  You don’t have to be Irish to be part of this festive St. Patrick’s Day tour and reception. Though dead men tell no tales, there are two places that we can learn much about them: the wake-house and Laurel Hill Cemetery. Join us at the latter, as we celebrate the “spirit” of St. Patrick’s Day, while honoring the heritage and accomplishments of our proudest Irish souls, now gone to their final reward. ‘Tis a festive occasion to be enjoyed by the living, for earth has no sorrows that heaven cannot heal! No St. Patrick’s Day would be complete without beer and Irish food; sample both at the after-tour reception in Laurel Hill’s historic Gatehouse. 215-228-8200

March 17–  St Patty’s Dance for the 50+ group.  7-10pm Indian Valley YMCA.  Live music.

March18th– Norristown Farm Park 2pm.  Come and learn about green cleaning products that are “green.”


March 15th Ages 3-6 at 1pm Norristown Farm Park.  search for the earliest greens while you enjoy a craft and snacks.

March 16-17– Lotsa Lucky Leprechauns-Broadway theater of Pitman.  Come celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day this year with these fun tales! Four famous Irish stories about the wonderfully magical little people of Ireland will be woven together into one delightful experience. There will be plenty of shamrocks, shalalies, and even a pot of gold! Join Broadway Theatre to watch as these naughty leprechauns continuously get themselves into and out of trouble.  Tickets are $9.

March 17th– 2nd Annual Indoor Winter Carnival.  12-4pm Crosspoint Baptist Church Souderton.  215-723-2002. FREE!  Games, crafts, puppet shows, and food.

March 17th– Wildwood Annual St Patrick’s Day 10a-10p.  Pacific Ave in Wildwood NJ.  Fun, food, and music.  It’s a celebration of all things Irish. It’s the first of many exciting parades in this town. Ceremonies on the steps of North Wildwood City hall (10th & Atlantic Avenues) at 11:30 a.m. Parade begins at noon. Reviewing stand at Olde NJ Avenue. FREE. 609.522.2955 or  Music and food throughout the day including an attempt at the Guinness Book’s record for World’s Largest Sheppards pie.  $1 gets you a fork and a bowl!

March 18th– Treasure hunt.  1-4pm Loch 60, Locktender’s House Montclaire.





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