We here in Canada celebrate, some of us get carried away.AnswerWe do here in the UK, which is Wales, England, Northern Ireland & Scotland....so you can add those to your collection! AnswerIt is also widely celebrated here in the United States, given our large population of Irish descendants.
st patricks day
No. Anyone can celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Jew would not celebrate the religious aspect as it is a Christian feast day, not a Jewish one, but they might celebrate the Irish aspects of it.
Wear a TON of green :)
Boston is the first city that St. patricks day was celebrated.
Christmas, St. Patricks Day, and New Years eve.
Yes, the Irish celebrate St. Patricks day. Just like every other country does. St Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland.
it stands for the date of St Patricks day.
patricks day Is the word
The same thing they wear any other day since they don't celebrate it.
Irish people all over the world celebrate St Patrick's Day on 17 March each year.
The colour associated with St. Patricks day is: Green
We celebrate the usual:St. Patricks DayChristmasHalloweenEaster weekValentine's DayApril Fool's (1st of April)New Years
* England - St. Georges day * Wales - St. Davids day * Scotland - St. Andrews day * Northen Ireland - St. Patricks day
only some countries celebrate st. patties day. but we have whats called an americanized st pattys day which is all about drinking.......which isnt the real reason for st patttysss day
St. Patricks day! About 65% of the people at the St. Patricks day parade are Irish!
Potatoes are not special on st. patricks day
st. patricks day was originally started in Ireland putos suck my pito puto
St. Patrick's Day
St. Patricks day was first celebrated in Boston, America, March 17th, 1737.
Cleveland has the 3rd largest St Patricks day parade.
Presidents day, Valentines day, Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Columbus day, Ground hog day, St. Patricks day, Cinco De Mayo, and more