When you suddenly find a sudden increase in green in your life, it means that the annual St. Patrick’s Day is coming. St. Patrick’s Day in 2021 is destined to have a different meaning. This year, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day through live online events or related shows in digital format. Or, related activities can be carried out outdoors or in places with a long social distance. Or maybe just celebrate it at home.
Whether you are Irish or not, anyone can participate in these fun St. Patrick’s Day activities. After all, it seems that most people wearing “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” shirts are not actually Irish!
How do people celebrate St. Patrick’s day? Let’s check it out!
Green has become the color of St. Patrick’s Day. On this day, people like to decorate themselves with a shamrock, decorate the room with the colors of the Irish national flag-green and yellow, wear green clothes, and present shamrock ornaments to guests. St. Patrick’s Day tradition holds that if you don’t wear green clothes on March 17, you will lose some luck. If you don’t want to go out to celebrate this year, just add a little green to your wardrobe to easily show the Irish spirit, even if you work from home.
Eat Irish food
St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th each year to commemorate the patron saint of Ireland, Patrick. A good day can start with cooking some authentic Irish recipes. Try soda bread in the morning and shepherd’s pie in the evening. Don’t forget to add a little green into your recipe!
Get your riding scooter out
Many outdoor activities are waiting for you to participate in. Join in the festive St. Patrick’s Day activities, and you will immediately feel the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day. It’s super fresh to ride on an off road electric scooter to join in! Your Varla scooter can take you to the event location quickly, smoothly, and safely. Join St. Patrick’s Day in a GREEN way!
Join in a Fun Run
Lace up your sneakers and get ready to sweat before the big St. Patrick’s Day party. You can participate in several competitions across the country, and make some friendly competitions and charitable donations before the festivities begin.
This year, the Windy City’s Shamrock Shuffle is changing its location, from Grant Park to neighborhoods throughout Chicago.
The annual 8K run and 2-mile walk will adopt a new virtual format, as long as participants race within the designated dates from March 19th to 21st, they can plan their own route and start time.
Watch Irish Stepdancers
A treat on St. Patrick’s Day is to watch Irish step dancers as they slide, leap and jump over the floor. Many St. Patrick’s Day parades or festivals must have performances. Enjoy the happy time at this moment!
Have a try on Irish dancing
If you don’t want to go out for a parade, watching a live broadcast at home or trying Irish dancing on your own will also bring you endless fun. There are many guide videos on YouTube, and you will feel joy in the process of jumping in Ireland.
See a Green Landmark
The most famous is that during St. Patrick’s Day, the Chicago River is dyed green every year. As people are pursuing a green lifestyle, riding an electric scooter with seats for adults to watch landmarks, it can not only be a kind of eco-friendly transportation. Still, it can keep a social distance from others and give you a novel holiday experience! “Green” lifestyle and green festival!
For those who want to experience the joy of the holiday but don’t want to enter the crowds, watching the live broadcast of the dyed canal scene at home is an ideal way to celebrate.
Drink green beer
Finally, with a glass of green beer to end the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day! Whether you like beer on its own or mixed into cocktails, St. Patrick’s Day is a popular time to celebrate Irish-made Guinness and green beer beverages. This year, it’s a time to try to make a homemade green beer, and avoid going to the crowded indoor bars.
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