Most of the popular St. Patty’s day celebrations are happening during the weekend. Translation: This year you can avoid that awkward moment when you wander into the office after taking a personal day off on one of the biggest party days of the year.
Pull out your kilt and join in on the festivities.. Here is a list of the most popular things to do for St. Patty’s Day this year:
Saturday, March 15- 6:00 pm. Pre-Parade Party featuring Polish and Irish music, dancers, food, wine & domestic beer. Cash bar. $25 per person. Located within The American Polish Century Club at 33204 Maple Lane in Sterling Heights (14 mile & Hoover).
Sunday, March 16- 12:00 pm. 56th Annual Detroit St. Patrick’s Parade. The parade includes marching & pipe bands, clowns, and floats. Corktown, 6th street and Michigan Ave.
Sunday, March 16- Kona St. Patrick’s Day Run. 10k Run at 7:30 AM, Hard Rock Mile at 8:00 AM, and 5K Run/ Walk at 9:00 AM. Rock n Roll music themed fun race with live music in historic downtown Plymouth.
If you’re a CEO, independent contractor, or irresponsible employee and looking for things to do that following Monday, be sure to check out this list of Irish pubs around Detroit.
You’ve spent most of your money on beer, you can’t afford to get pulled over with a green tongue. Call Blue Diamond Limousine Worldwide and rent one of our stretch limousines or party buses for you and your friends!