March 17th was St. Patricks Day. Unfortunately, this post will probably be published much later than that date.

That won’t stop me! Let’s go over a couple traditions for St. Patricks Day.

Parades and festivals are held all over the world, although many of them were cancelled or postponed last year. People are encouraged to wear green, which gives almost everyone a chance to participate in the event.

Many monuments light up green to celebrate the holiday. Notably, this year, the White House lit up green last week. We’ve even seen lakes and bodies of water dyed green.

St. Patricks Day is also celebrated with traditional music, food, and dancing. Although it is often associated with the holiday, “corned beef and cabbage” isn’t exactly a traditional meal.

Along with all of that stuff, you have to admit, green is a pretty good color. Thanks for reading!

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