Hundreds of folks from across the area started their St. Patrick's Day celebrations last weekend at the Northern Westchester-Putnam parade, and there is plenty more to go around Saturday and Sunday.
Here are some ideas:
- Hop on the train from Brewster or Southeast station and head down to New York City for the world's largest parade, which starts at 11 a.m. and takes place on 5th Avenue. There will be plenty of trains running, so click here for schedules.
- Stop by a local Irish pub! There are so many in the area, including Kelly's Corner (which will be serving corned beef and cabbage and hosting Irish dancers Sunday), O'Connor's Public House and Tom & Jerry’s/Maggie's Restaurant. Click here, or here, to read about last year's celebrations at local establishments.
- Take a (short) trip to North Salem for a good cause—and lots of fun.