So, as with 2020, let’s celebrate those Irish roots by keeping your feet firmly on home turf. In your actual home.
Or a nearby woods, or beach. Or o’er the hills and mountains.
It’s not like we actually need a booze-up to prove our Irishness, after all – even if, for some, it certainly seems to help.
Yet again this year, with the town’s public parade reduced to our local municipal district dusting off their green light bulbs, we have to show a little restraint – and, hey, class – by just enjoying thesunny weatherand, from a slight distance of a hurley stick or two, join your fellow sunny Greystonians all over the world in raising a glass or a cuppa. Whilst going Full Dougal and dressing up as a true Oirish patriot.
You can see what we mean by checking out the town’s first-everVirtual Paddy’s Day Parade – with Greystonians from here and far sending in pics and videos of their costumes, their houses and their humiliated pets firstname.lastname@example.org. And now we’re all set to celebrate St Patrick’s Day 2021 too – so, get your leprachaun love on for Wednesday 17th’s big online party by sending in your pics and videos. And, sure agus begorrah, we’ll make you famous. Around de world.
Main thing is, be proud, be happy and, above all, be healthy…
In the meantime, you can check out all of Greystones’ Paddy’s Day fun over the years righthere.
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