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    St. Patrick's Day in Boulder

    Looking for ways to celebrate St. Patty's Day in Boulder? From parties and races to traditional Irish music and beer, you'll need to stay a few days to enjoy it all! 

    Check back in winter 2021 for updated information.

    St. Patty's Party and Sale at McGuckin Hardware

    March 14, 2020, 8am–6pm
    Come to Boulder's favorite hardware store (that's so much more than a hardware store), McGuckin Hardware, to join in a celebration of their Irish-American heritage. Expect a St. Patrick's-themed sale, tasty food samples and more throughout the day. Free!

    St. Patrick's Day Fun Run at Boulder Reservoir

    March 15, 2020, 9am
    Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Boulder Reservoir. You can choose between a 5K or a 10K. Afterward, participants can venture into Avery Brewing Company's beer garden and enjoy a free, cold beer (must be 21 or older). Bring your family and friends and join a sea of green for Boulder’s luckiest fun run. Registration starts at $15. 

    Traditional Irish Music at License No. 1

    March 15, 2020, 7–10:30pm
    Every Sunday evening, the Hotel Boulderado's speakeasy, License No. 1, features an open Traditional Irish Session for those who play Irish music. Fans of Irish music are welcome to listen, chat, eat and have a pint. Never been before? The weekend before St. Patrick's Day is the perfect time to check it out!

    Flatirons St. Patrick's Day Scramble

    March 17, 2020, 10am
    This fun event at Flatirons Golf Course is the perfect way to get back into the swing of things for golf season. Your entry fee of $120 per two-person team includes green fees, range balls, golf cart, prize pool entry, a corned beef and cabbage lunch and a green beer from Gravity Brewing. Register online. 

    Lunchtime Concert Series with Take Down the Door

    March 17, 2020, 12–1pm
    The free Lunchtime Concert Series happens every third Tuesday at the Boulder Public Library's Canyon Theater. In March, powerhouse Celtic band Take Down the Door is on the bill. The name references the old Irish tradition of taking the door off its hinges and throwing it down on the cottage floor when it was time for a party. Based in Lyons, Colorado, this high-energy quintet features former Gaelic Storm fiddler Jessie Burns, bassist Eric Thorin, Colorado's foremost Celtic fiddle-and-guitar duo Adam Agee and Jon Sousa and singer/percussionist Beth Gadbaw.

    St. Paddy's Day at Bohemian Biergarden

    March 17, 2020, 8pm
    Bohemian Biergarten may be an authentic German beer garden, but on St. Patrick's Day, it's all Irish! This year, enjoy "Gypsy-Irish-Punkgrass" tunes from hometown band Stomp Street Heist. Learn more online