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St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Boise
Dated: March 11 2021
Get your Guinness and Irish whiskey ready for St. Patrick’s Day in Boise and the surrounding areas! Some events are still scheduled to celebrate the luck of the Irish, some may require some pre-planning and tickets, so start making your lucky plans now!
Space is limited for this March 13th event! For $30, enjoy Irish food, drinks, and fun. Plus, you’ll be making a donation to an environmental charity!
If gathering in person is still not your style, you can get a delicious St. Patrick’s Day dinner! Grab and go between 3-6pm on March 17th at Boise Centre. Includes appetizer, entree, and dessert for 2 people at $40.
Bring the whole family and the dogs to this weekend event! If your pup does tricks, enter them in the talent contest to show off their skills. Or, dress them up for the costume contest! Enjoy food and drinks, plus treats, from local vendors at this free event on Saturday, March 20th.
Can you find all of the leprechauns? Get the whole family involved in searching for leprechauns all month at The Village at Meridian. Pick up (or print at home) a scavenger hunt card at the Concierge desk, find the lerechauns, and get a prize (while supplies last)!
Enjoy food, drinks, and entertainment for the 21+ crowd at Playhouse Boise! Seating is limited and tickets start at $10. The festivities run from 6-10pm on St. Patrick’s Day. Plus, there might even be some giveaways!
Only 2000 spots are open for this virtual event! Sign up to run or walk this event and you’ll receive a bib, the Shamrocks & Shenanigans Finisher Medal, and possibly the Shamrocks & Shenanigans Finisher T-shirt! Dress up and make it an outing for the whole family!
It’s time to dig out your best green apparel for St. Patrick’s Day festivities in Boise! Gather up your lucky charms and enjoy the spirit of the day!
Scott grew up in Orange County, CA. and he and his family moved to Boise in 1972. He graduated from Meridian High School, then obtained a BA in Marketing from Boise State University. He has over 20 ye....