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St. Patrick's day

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St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner! It's celebrated on March 17th!
This is the anniversary of the day St. Patrick died many hundreds of years ago. But... who was St. Patrick?
He lived in the fifth century, that's more than 1.500 years ago!
St. Patrick is Ireland's Patron Saint.
That means that people from Ireland believe that he protects them.

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St. Patrick's day

  1. 1. Saint Patrick’sSaint Patrick’s DayDay March 17thMarch 17th
  2. 2. St. Patrick’s Day is a culturalSt. Patrick’s Day is a cultural holiday celebrated by Irishholiday celebrated by Irish people.people.
  3. 3. Many cities haveMany cities have parades for St.parades for St. Patrick’s Day.Patrick’s Day. Here are someHere are some pictures of thepictures of the parade inparade in Buffalo, NewBuffalo, New York!York!
  4. 4. Everyone wearsEveryone wears green…green…
  5. 5. ……even the dogs!even the dogs!
  6. 6. There is IrishThere is Irish dancing.dancing.
  7. 7. In Irish culture, IfIn Irish culture, If you find a four-you find a four- leaf clover, youleaf clover, you will have goodwill have good luck.luck.

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