While it’s already halfway into the week, there are still plenty of things to get involved in harp and luck-wise, whether or not you find a four-leaf clover in Madison, Indiana.
Sunday and Tuesday celebrated with an Irish Step Dancing demonstration and lesson by Kevin Carlson and then a Celtic Symposium at the History Center.
On WEDNESDAY the 13th, the Madison Public Library will be making St. Patrick’s Day crafts for All Ages starting at 6PM!
THURSDAY the 14th will bring you a screening of the 1941 film ‘How Green Was My Valley’ with free popcorn at the Thomas Family Winery.
On FRIDAY the 15th, at 11am, the Off Broadway Taproom will have St. Patty’s Day food and drink specials such as Guinness Stew and Scotch Eggs.
Also on Friday, the City of Madison salutes its Citizens with Irish Heritage by conducting a pub crawl called A TASTE OF IRELAND.
Just call 1-800-559-2956 to pick up tickets and get on the Madison Trolley to visit local establishments all decked out in emerald cheer with Irish dishes, contests, dancers and much more.
The pub crawl starts at 6pm at Mulberry and Second Streets.
At Thomas Family Winery, check out the Irish Wizard playing some fiddle at 7pm.
At 9pm, the Flatland Harmony Experiment will be performing at the Taproom.
On SATURDAY the 16th, enjoy some Irish Roadbowling for the whole family with prizes and instructions.
The course starts at Vaughn Drive and ends at West Second Street from 2-5PM.
Call 812-801-7572 for more information on IRISH ROADBOWLING.
Do you like mimosas? Well this week they are green at Rembrandt’s Wine Bar and Art Gallery!
Rembrandt’s will also be serving up corned beef pizza and potato soup for the Gaelic at heart.
If you still really like prizes, Irish music, food and, yes, Mirth, Thomas Family also hosts the Ragged Arse Tinkers at 8pm.
And LLC (Leah Pruitt, Joe Perkinson, and Chris Watson) will be playing music at Off Broadway from 9-12.
On SUNDAY the 17th, St. Patrick’s Day Itself, the Taproom has a brunch starting at 9am.
Enjoy a selection of Irish Teas served alongside classic tea time snacks at the Red Bicycle Hall from 1-4PM.
This event will have a cash bar and darts and is located at 125 East Main Street.
The Off Broadway Taproom will be home to Hewitt & Harmon and The Blarney Stones from 6-9pm Sunday.
You are encouraged to check all your local establishments for other St. Patrick’s Events as well.
Of course, you can always just buy some green construction paper, cut out leprechaun hats and dance in your yard.
It’s Your Week.
KEEP IT CELTIC!