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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day 2019 in the Adirondacks

Find your most festive green apparel, grab a pint of Guinness, and prepare yourself for copious amounts of corned beef and cabbage - it's St. Patrick's Day again! Not only is this a great time of the year, but on this holiday, even the non-Irish partake in the festivities.

Want to figure out where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day this year? We've compiled a list of what's going on in the Adirondacks for this fun-filled holiday.

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Top ADK St. Paddy's Day Events for 2019

St. Patrick's Day Parade in Old Forge:
Friday, March 15 | 5pm
Bring your family to Main Street in Old Forge for what promises to be a festive St. Patrick's Day parade. Comprised of awesome floats, wacky costumes, and imaginative themes, this parade is both entertaining and unusual.

Sham "Rock" the Block in Lake George:
Saturday, March 16 - Sunday, March 17
This family-friendly event truly has it all. From arts and crafts and children's activities to Celtic music and games, you'll be sure to do St. Patrick's Day right if you attend.

St. Patrick's Day Wine Tasting at the ADK Winery in Lake George:
Friday, March 16 - Sunday March 18
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Sham "Rock" the Block and step into the Adirondack Winery. The Winery will be hosting a wine tasting as part of their St. Patrick's Day celebration. Stop in to sip some of the region's finest wines.

Irish Road Bowling:
Saturday, March 17 | 10am
Head over to Indian Lake Town Hall for a unique St Patrick's Day celebration - Irish Road Bowling. To compete in this hilarious event, you must form a team with four members and pay the registration fee. Registration begins at 10:00 am, and the event will kick off at 12:00 pm.

The Magical Leprechaun Race:
Sunday, March 17 | 8am
Visit Gore Mountain in North Creek and challenge a leprechaun to a race to the finish during the Magical Leprechaun Race! Or, you can join the Leprechaun Team and take on the challengers.

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