March 17 commemorates the day of death of St. Patrick, patron Saint of Ireland. On St. Patrick's Day in the U.S. in today's world, green is the must-wear color, kids make leprechaun traps at school and corn beef, cabbage and Irish soda bread grace dinner tables.
For some it's a day to visit pubs, parades, or churches and listen to traditional Irish tunes. Whether you just want to drink your Guinness in peace while listening to the Chieftains, cook an Irish feast, or teach your kids about the history and origins of Ireland and St. Patrick's Day, we've got you covered this St. Patrick's day!
A beautifully Irish animated film about the Book of Kells. Fun for the whole family!
For kiddos who want to know the secret to trapping a leprechaun. It’s all in this book!
About St. Patrick's adventure of driving the snakes out of Ireland.
A basic children’s dictionary of the Irish language.
Mansfield tells the story of brewery founder Arthur Guinness, his family, and their many philanthropic efforts.
Full of recipes with an emphasis on local, fresh ingredients and traditional Irish kitchen skills.