St. Patrick’s Day Parades may be entertaining ways to observe this Irish festival. While most take place on March 17, others may occur before or even later.

A winter storm will bring hazardous conditions for St. Patrick’s Day into the weekend. It starts with scattered rain showers this morning followed by steady rain and fog this afternoon. It will gradually transition to wet snow from west to east this evening.

St. Patrick's Day Parade in Manchester, New Hampshire, is said to be the biggest of its type in the state. It travels a 2.5-mile course.

Saint Patrick was a 5th-century Romano-British Christian missionary and Bishop in Ireland. Much of what is known about Saint Patrick comes from the Declaration, which was allegedly written by Patrick himself.

Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated in more countries than any other national festival. Modern celebrations have been greatly influenced by those of the Irish diaspora, particularly those that developed in North America.

Saint Patrick was born in Britain at the end of the fourth century. He was imprisoned by Irish invaders at the age of 16. According to Declaration, he was held captive in Ireland for six years.

Today's Saint Patrick's Day celebrations have been greatly influenced by those that developed among the Irish diaspora, especially in North America. Until the late 20th century, Saint Patrick's Day was often a bigger celebration among the diaspora than it was in Ireland.

Saint Patrick's Day parades began in North America in the 18th century but did not spread to Ireland until the 20th century.The participants generally include marching bands, the military, fire brigades, cultural organisations, charitable organisations