St. Patricks Day Celebrations With Cache The Dog
Hello, everyone, It’s Cache The Dog with my pals at Partners Bank, and I’m here to talk about St. Patrick’s Day in Maine and New Hampshire!
St. Patrick’s Day is a day of celebration and excitement, and our community knows how to celebrate it in style. Whether you’re in Maine or New Hampshire, there’s plenty of fun and festivities to enjoy.
Maine is home to some of the best St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the country. The communities are known for lively St. Patrick’s Day parades and festivities, attracting visitors and community members year after year. Many local restaurants and bars offer traditional Irish food and drink specials, such as corned beef and cabbage, Irish soda bread, and of course, Guinness! And if you’re looking for a family-friendly activity, many towns and cities host events like Irish dance performances and storytelling.
Over in New Hampshire, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated just as enthusiastically. Manchester is the place to be for the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, which features bagpipers, marching bands, and lots of Irish-themed floats. And if you’re in the mood for some traditional Irish fare, you’ll find plenty of options at local restaurants and pubs.
Of course, St. Patrick’s Day isn’t just about food and drink. It’s also a time to celebrate Irish culture and heritage. Many towns and cities in both Maine and New Hampshire host cultural events, like live music performances, traditional Irish dance lessons, and even a Celtic concert or two!
March Branch Spotlight: Springvale Maine
Partners Bank Springvale, Maine branch is getting in on the fun with St. Patricks Day celebrations featuring a trivia wheel and popcorn, and more! Springvale customers can also celebrate at a range of establishments throughout Springvale & Sanford with the Alumni association hosting a specialty St.Patricks Day Bash with collectible mugs, a lottery tree fundraiser, social hours, dancing, and more at the popular Willy’s Ale Room.
At Partners Bank, we love celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with our community. We believe that it’s important to support our local establishments and community members. So whether you’re Irish or not, we hope that you’ll join us in the festivities this year. And who knows, you might even spot me, Cache The Dog, out and about, enjoying the celebrations with my furry friends!