5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Lincoln

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It’s the one day of the year when we can all feel the luck of the Irish, no matter our ancestry. But while wearing green is a given if you don’t want to get pinched, there are numerous other ways to celebrate the saint who drove snakes from Ireland right here in Lincoln.

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Show your spirit at the Nebraska Irish Music Festival:

As could be expected, McKinney’s Irish Pub is doing it up right by hosting the Nebraska Irish Music Festival, a celebration of Nebraskans who are keeping their heritage alive. Featuring a heated street tent, a Lucky Charms eating contest, kilt competition and plenty of bangers and mash, the party is set to go on from 9 a.m. Saturday through the evening.

 

Sing-a-long to Irish classics at Deer Springs Winery:

Have you been waiting all year for your chance to break out those Irish jams? Join the chorus at Deer Springs Winery from 7-9 p.m. on Saturday night for a sing-a-long led by Chris Sayre.

 

Enjoy authentic Irish fare at Cappy’s:

If your idea of a good time is taking a break from the dance floor to indulge in corned beef and hash, look no farther than Cappy’s Hotspot Bar and Grill. The green beer will be flowing from 9:30 p.m. Saturday night onward—with enough Irish stew to keep the designated driver happy, too.

 

Go green with the Lil’ Chefs St. Patrick’s Day Party:

Leprechauns aren’t the only wee ones interested in St. Patrick’s Day! Give your kids a chance to celebrate at 10 a.m. Saturday with a green food-themed cooking class at the Williamsburg Hy-Vee. The class is suitable for lads and lassies from 3 to 11 years old and pre-registration is required.

 

Get the whole family involved at the Leprechauns and Limericks Event:

How often do you get the chance to earn your very own leprechaun name? Bring the family over to Barnes and Noble on Pine Lake Road at 2 p.m. on Saturday to receive your new moniker, write a limerick or two and learn an expert’s best tips for leprechaun-proofing your home.

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