Are you seeing green? Because here in Houston, it is everywhere! As Saint Patrick’s Day draws nearer, the festivities just keep growing in size and number. Houston is a great place to be for Paddy’s Day celebrations, and you won’t want to miss out on getting your fix! As the weekend comes to a close, memories have been made and there are more to come! Here are few of the green events you might have heard about.
55th Annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Downtown – If you were in the downtown area on Saturday, you probably couldn’t have missed this one. The streets were filled with smiling faces and a very green parade! It was a little damp outside
but the spirits were still high. Captain William Dowling, a firefighter who was injured in a fire last year, was honored as the Grand Marshall.
36th Annual 1960 Parade -Located on FM 1960 this afternoon, the parade was promised to go on, rain or shine! But what’s a Saint Patrick’s Day celebration without a rainbow and pot o’ gold, anyway? The celebration was for a good cause, as the proceeds of the event go to the Cypress Creek EMS Education Scholarship Programs.
2014 Saint Patrick’s Day Festival at Lucky’s Pub – Get ready for your favorite Monday of the year! Beginning at 6AM, and at three different Lucky’s Pub locations (Downtown, Heights, Cypress), the Paddy’s Day festivities will be going on all day and well into the night. 94.5 The Buzz will be live-broadcasting the event, in addition to 3 stages, 15 bands, and 6 DJs. Expect to see leprechauns, bagpipers, and of course, plenty of green beer! Lucky’s Pub is expecting this year’s celebration to be much bigger and better than last years.
Lucky’s Pub isn’t the only place hosting fun Saint Patrick’s Day activities. Exciting events all over Houston will be taking place, so keep an eye out and get your green on. Wherever you go, have a lucky day and don’t forget to wear green!