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St. Paddy’s Parade, Hooley and Slillelagh Shuffle this weekend!

| March 02, 2016, 01:31 PM | 0 Comments

StPatsParade2015-5A few years back, St. Paddy’s Day was a day to hang out in your favorite bar and be Irish for a day. Four years ago, local businessman and founder of Warrior Events, John O’Leary decided to change that up and throw a parade.

Four years later, the parade has become the largest parade in the City after the Military Bowl Parade and it has expanded to include a Hooley (a traditional Irish Party), a Shillelagh Shuffle (bar crawl), and many smaller events throughout the week at your favorite local watering hole!

So, mark the calendars…here are your dates for 2016!

March 5th

  • Shillelagh Shuffle   (DTA – Starting at Armadillos at noon)
  • 2nd Annual Hooley 6PM at the Loews. Tickets at: Hooley2016.eventbrite.com

March 6th

  • 4th Annual Annapolis St. Patrick’s Parade. Starting at 1:00 at West Gate Circle, proceeding down West Street to Church Circle and then down Main Street to City Dock!

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John’s background is in the travel industry as a business owner, industry speaker, and travel writer. In terms of blogging and social media, he cut his teeth with MSNBC.com.

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