Things to do in the Boston area on St. Patrick’s Day Weekend

Looking for something fun to do this St. Patrick’s Day Weekend, we have a few ideas for you.

Southie St. Patricks Day Parade

It’s the biggest St. Patrick’s celebration in town. Boston’s annual St. Patrick’s parade is happening this Sunday, March 19.

The parade starts at 1 p.m. and will follow the traditional 3.5-mile route through South Boston. For everything you need to know about the parade, click the link here.

Scituate’s St. Patrick’s Parade

If you can’t make it into Boston, maybe you can head to the South Shore for Scituate’s annual St. Patrick’s parade. That parade begins at 1 p.m. on Sunday at the gates of the middle school, with a 2.3-mile route. Head to the link here for more info.

Castleberry Spring Craft Festival

If you’re looking for something to do north of Boston, you can check out the work of over 150 crafters in Wilmington at the Castleberry spring craft festival at the Shriners auditorium. It’s happening Saturday and Sunday, beginning at 10 a.m. Adults get in for $8, and kids under 14 are free. For additional details, check out the website.

If you’re looking to head to a bar, check out the top 10 bars in Boston for a quick bite and pint.

Whatever you do this weekend, have fun

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