Here's 5 St. Patrick's Day things to do in Charlotte NChttp://goo.gl/x1nYCZ
If you're looking for things to do in the Charlotte area on St Patty's day, here's a few that should keep everyone happy and having a good time.18th Annual Charlotte St. Patrick’s Day Parade
There's no admission fee for Charlotte's St. Patrick's day Parade. The Parade will be held in Uptown Charlotte Saturday, March 15 and kicks off at 11:00am at 9th St. & Tryon St.
From there the parade will march South on Tryon St. to 3rd then left to Caldwell St. The parade features pipe & drum bands, Irish dancers, floats, animals, step bands, community groups & much more.Details, admission and scheduling information
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Charlotte is home to The World's largest pub crawl (it's been researched), in fact in 2013 there were 16,526 participants! THIRTEEN years ago a pub crawl was created to rival all pub crawls.
As a small group of motivated and gregarious crawlers set out to conquer 7 bars in 7 hours. They crawled again the following year and have continued the tradition every year since.
They claim to have one mission - World's largest pub crawl...if you'd like to join in the fun make sure you pick up your t-shirt to keep track of your friends and commemorate the moment.Details, admission and scheduling information
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The 18th Annual Charlotte Goes Green Festival will be held in Uptown Charlotte on Tryon St. between 3rd & Stonewall St. Saturday, March 15 from 10:00am - 6:00pm. The festival will feature live Irish music, Irish dancers, and a pipe & drum performance by the Loch Norman Pipe & Drums.
There will also be Irish/Celtic crafts & other vendors. The festival is children friendly and features a Celtic Kids Zone.Details, admission and scheduling information
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The annual Green River Revival will take place Saturday, March 15. The celebration kicks off with the Color Me Green 5K, a trail race.
Following the race, you'll watch as the whitewater rapids turn bright green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, followed by live music, food and drink. The river will remain open to those eager to raft or kayak the green waters.Details, admission and scheduling information
— http://goo.gl/G7yVpECeltic Festival & Celtic Concert at Historic Latta Plantation
Enjoy live music beginning March 15 throughout the weekend at Historic Latta Plantation's Annual Celtic Festival and Concert.
Visitors can enjoy Scottish dancing by Latta's Kilts and Petticoats, meet various Scottish clans, and shop with vendors. The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery will be there with several local beers on tap and food will be available from The Scottish Cottage, Appalachian Smoke, and Anna's Sweet Treats. Children are welcome and can play games, enjoy storytelling, visit the farm animals, and more!
There is an Admission fee. If you're planning to attend both the Celtic Festival and Celtic Music night, a joint ticket can be purchased.Details, admission and scheduling information
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St. Patrick was born in Scotland, captured as a boy and made a slave in Ireland. He turned to God, prayed faithfully, escaped and returned to Scotland to his family. He studied and became a priest.
Later, Patrick was ordained a bishop, and was sent to take the Gospel to Ireland where he worked tirelessly for 40 years bringing the gospel to the people.
St Patrick and his disciples preached and converted thousands, building churches while converting Kings, their families, and entire kingdoms.
Patrick used the shamrock to explain the Trinity, and it has been associated with him and the Irish since.Enjoy your Day and the Video, A look at the US National Whitewater Center, St. Patrick's Day in 2013#charlottenc #stpatricksday #WorldsLargestPubCrawl