By now, you likely know that Saint Patrick’s Day is a widely-celebrated holiday each year on March 17. The Irish individuals celebrate their heritage. There are parades downtown, populated by people decked out in green attire. The celebratory gather at their local pub, converse, mingle, and all-in-all enjoy the day.
But how did the Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations become what they are today? What led to the way we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
You’re about to find out by watching this video.
From busting down popular myths about Saint Patrick and Saint Patrick’s Day, to explaining the history of the Irish holiday, to giving us the history behind some of our most popular Saint Patrick’s Day traditions, this video will answer all of the questions you have.
Check it out!
What did the video teach you about Saint Patrick’s Day that you didn’t know beforehand? Share it with us in the comments!
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