History of St.Patrick’s Day!


 The beginning of March just started as one of the most important holidays during this month is St.Patrick’s Day! As to why people celebrate it St. Patrick observes the death of St.Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, the holiday has evolved into a celebration of Irish culture parades, special foods, music, dancing and a whole lot of green.

 People around the world come together as a family or friends to celebrate St.Patrick’s Day they do a whole dinner or just go to parades that are performing around their neighborhood, and a traditional thing that happens is that if you’re not wearing green people will pinch you, and for this reason is because wearing green makes you invisible to leprechauns, which like to pinch anyone they can see. Some people also think sporting the color will bring good luck, and others wear it to honor their Irish ancestry.

  As to the history when this all started,  St. Patrick’s Day was originally celebrated in Ireland with religious services and feasts in honor of St. Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints. When Irish immigrants brought St. Patrick’s Day traditions to the United States, the day evolved into a secular celebration of Irish culture.

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