When is St. Patrick’s Day in 2017?
St. Patrick’s Day in 2017 is on Friday, the 17th of March.
St. Patrick’s Day (Saint Patrick’s Day, irl. Lá ‘le Pádraig or Lá Fhéile Pádraig) is an Irish nationwide and religious holiday celebrated on March 17. It is named after Saint Patrick, the saint patron of Ireland.
St. Patrick’s Day is a day off from work in Ireland, Northern Ireland Newfoundland and Labrador. The most crucial custom of celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day is using clothing in green.
Saint Patrick’s Day is commonly acknowledged and likewise celebrated in the United States. It is observed as an event of Irish and Irish-American culture.
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day
Celebrations focus on Irish themed celebrations, drinks and food. Many individuals enter the spirit by wearing green clothing and eating green colored food. Irish pubs and clubs frequently hold parties or have special deals. There are organized Big street parades mark St Patrick’s Day in locations like:
- New York
- New Orleans
Water is dyed green in public places in some towns. The most noteworthy body of water that was colored green was the Chicago River in 2005.
The most common St Patrick’s Day sign is the shamrock. The shamrock is the leaf of the clover plant and a symbol of the Holy Trinity. Other symbols include:
- Nearly anything green.
- The green, orange and white flag of the Republic of Ireland.
- Brand names of beer related to Irish culture.
Religious symbols consist of snakes and snakes. Other symbols seen on St Patrick’s Day include the harp, which was utilized in Ireland for centuries, as well as the leprechaun and a pot of gold that it hides.