St. Patrick’s Day
Don’t rely on luck to get home safely over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, choose a designated driver. If you don’t have one, and you can’t drive yourself, AAA and Bud Light will help with its “Tow to Go” program which helps keep drunk drivers off the road.
Drivers may need to find alternate routes around Fort Lauderdale Saturday and Sunday for the Fort Lauderdale St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival.
St. Patricks’ Day has always been synonymous with drunken excesses that’s why the AAA Auto Club has teamed up once again with Budweiser for their ‘Tow to Go’ program which offers a confidential ride home and tow – both free of charge over St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
Parades, celtic dancers, bagpipes, kilts and all things Irish will come out to play on St. Patrick’s Day in South Florida. With so many great celebrations to be had, the hardest decision is where to take your family for all the fun.
How do non-Irish people celebrate St. Patty’s day? They drink. Irish people? They drink more. Whether or not you’re Irish, here are the top five spots for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration – Irish whiskey style.
Grab your bagpipes and shamrocks and wear plenty of green as Downtown Hollywood celebrates the Emerald Isle Sunday with a full day of St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
South Florida may not have a very large Irish population, but we’re all Irish when we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th. If you don’t have plans for this year, consider joining in some of the festivities planned around town, including street festivals and celebrations at various pubs. Get ready to paint the town green and celebrate with the Irish!