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Celebrating the Irish spirit in OKC and Tulsa

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Due to the Governor of Oklahoma and the Mayor of Oklahoma City declaring a state of emergency, all public events have been canceled through April 15, 2020. 

St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration not just in Ireland but across the world. The first St. Patrick’s Day parade was held in Boston in 1737, long before Ireland had its first one. Each year, the Shamrock-filled holiday has become bigger, with more experiences to enjoy. Festivities include:

Tulsa

RunnersWorld St. Patrick’s Day Run benefiting the Special Olympics.

Irish Festival featuring music and food celebrating the rich cultural history of Ireland.

OKC

Go Green: St. Patty’s Day, where Scottish music is played to go with green beer.

OKC Energy FC O’City Parade, joining communities together for an unforgettable green experience.

Jamee Barwick, Jones PR

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