Cary, NC – St. Patrick’s Day is coming up so celebrate Irish culture with events in and around Cary and Morrisville.
Reminder: St. Patrick’s Day is Sunday, March 17, 2019.
The Page-Walker Arts & History Center is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with Celtic fusion music performed by former WRAL anchor Bill Leslie. The show includes both modern and traditional Celtic music, starting at 4 PM on St. Patrick’s Day.
Garden Supply Company is holding a Spring Festival at their store on Old Apex Road. It is free and open to the public starting at 10 AM on Saturday, March 16, 2019.
Irish Bars and Pubs
Doherty’s Irish Pub in Cary and Apex is holding a St. Patrick’s Day party on both Saturday and Sunday, March 16 and 17, with Irish music, Irish dancing, plus food and drinks. It starts at 3 PM on Saturday and 11 AM on Sunday.
Tra’Li Irish Pub in Morrisville on Grace Park Drive celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with live music starting at 5 PM on Saturday, March 16. Then, on St. Patrick’s Day, there will be Irish music and dance starting at noon.
Rally Point Sports Grill in Cary on Bass Pro Lane will be open on St. Patrick’s Day, plus DJ B4 performs on Saturday, March 16 starting 10 PM, plus drink specials on Irish drinks all St. Patrick’s weekend.
Fortnight Brewing Company in Cary on SW Maynard Road is holding a St. Patrick’s Day celebration on Saturday, March 16 from 11 AM to 2 PM, with animals from Best Friend Pet Adoption. Also, take part in the “Beer Mile” run where you run a mile and drink four beers.
Around the Triangle
The Raleigh St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place on Saturday, March 16 starting by the General Assembly building on N Wilmington Street and running to the Raleigh Convention Center. It starts at 10 AM, and you can also see the festival taking place at City Plaza on Fayetteville Street.
Fullsteam in Downtown Durham has a St. Patrick’s Day party while also unveiling a new Irish-style stout. There will be Irish food and live music, starting at 2 PM on Sunday, March 17.
Story by staff reports. Photos courtesy of Doherty’s Irish Pub and Ted Buckner.