Fun Things to do In Summerville for Saint Patrick’s Day

As a long-time Summerville resident, I am aware of the popularity of going to Savannah to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. But with COVID still looming, you might be considering staying put. The good news is that the Summerville community loves St. Patrick’s celebrations as much as anyone, so we are gearing up to go green here too. These are the best ways to “Erin go Bragh" for the entire family – fun things to do in Summerville for St. Patrick’s Day.

March 6th – St. Patty’s Day Arts & Craft Vendor Event

For the local artisan lover, the St. Patty’s Day Arts & Crafts Vendor Event is a must. Hosted by the widely popular Knightsville General Store and Smoove’s BBQ, it promises to have a full day of shopping with amazing BBQ to boot. Lucky the Leprechaun will make a special appearance, so get your cameras out! It should be an awesome day of fresh air and fun for the entire family.

March 13th – Irish/St. Patricks Day High Tea

For those who like a little bit of tradition mixed with tea, St. Patrick's Day High Tea is a must. What’s on tap? Only the finest traditional Irish high tea served up hot. If you are going to attend, green attire is required or at least suggested. The affair is being held at the Time Well Spent Tea Room, and reservations are highly recommended.

March 13th – 4th Annual St. Paddy’s Day on King Street Bar Crawl

Savannah ain’t got nothing on Charleston when it comes to bar hopping. The 4th Annual St. Paddy's Day on King Street Bar Crawl has the hottest bars on the docket, and as a guest of the pub crawl, you will get priority entrance. If there is a line, being a member of this group will let you hop to the front of the crowd. Once more, you will get a discount on your drinks from Red Bull Cocktail to Bud Light. Bars on the list are Mynt, Trio, Burns Alley, Republic, Silver Dollar, The Brick, Uptown Social 1st Place, and King Street Public House. Book your tickets in advance to reserve your space.

March 14 – St. Patrick’s Day Chocolate Stout Cake Decorating

Looking for something to do from home that will keep everyone entertained while social-distanced? The St. Patrick’s Day Chocolate Stout Cake Decorating event is sure to please and feed! Viewers will learn the art of cake decorating from a beginner’s perspective. The lesson is being presented by Stephanie of StyledBlu and is geared for individuals, families, and couples. It costs $75 per household and includes a DIY kid with everything you will need to get by. The class is at 2:00, and you will reserve a zoom invitation once you register.

March 13th – St. Patrick’s Day PYP

Get crafty while toasting St. Patrick's day at Board & Brush. Board and Brush is a widely loved DIY workshop that is offering classes in wood design. Classes on St. Patrick’s day are BYOB, and you can select to create any of the wood projects in their gallery. They provide the materials and instruction, all you have to do is sit back, enjoy and celebrate. Reserve your booth for creating in advance.

March 17th – St. Patrick’s Parent Night Out

Looking for someone to watch your little leprechauns so you can have a date night for St. Patrick's day? Drop them for Parent Night Out at Grassroots Gymnastics. Not only will you have a good time; your children will too! The event runs from 6:00-9:30 pm, which gives you ample time to celebrate and reconnect for the evening!

March 17th – Shamrock Shuckin’ Oyster Roast

A new event in Summerville for St. Patrick’s Day, try the first Shamrock Shuckin’ Oyster Roast. It runs on Wednesday from 6:00-9:00 and is all-inclusive. Held at the Harbour Club, there will be live music, festive dishes, beer tasting, green beer, and delicious oysters. Stop in or stay the entire time, it is sure to be a fun time with neighbors!

Who says Savannah is the best time in the South for St. Patrick's Day? This year why not stay put and bring the celebration to Summerville. With no shortage of things to do, there is something on the event list for the entire family. Try one of these awesome, fun things to do in Summerville for St. Patrick’s Day

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