Best Places to go for St. Patrick’s Day Events in Destin 2011

March 9, 2011

in Emerald Coast Happenings

St Patricks Day events in DestinBest Places to go for St. Patrick’s Day Events in Destin 2011

If you are looking for St. Patrick’s Day events in Destin, you will find they are celebrating in the Irish tradition. Here are a few of the events that will be going on in the area that has been nicknamed ‘The Emerald Coast.’ The following St. Patrick’s Day events in Destin will provide fun and entertainment for the entire family.

  • St Patricks Day events in DestinShelter House Princess & Pirate Ball – On March 12, 2011, this gala will be held at the Linkside Center in Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort. The fundraiser has been held for the last eight years and has changed names many times. However, it has been a mainstay in the community as a fundraiser for the Shelter House and everyone is invited to come out and enjoy the evening with fun, family and food.
  • HarborWalk Village Grogg Games & Irish Street Festival – The St. Patrick’s Day events in Destin include this “challenge to your inner Irishman” as the games begin at Destin Harbor. March 12, 2011 is the day and the Irish Street Festival will be held as well. The bagpipes, Irish dancing, drinking and feasting will be a day to remember.
  • The Grogg March in Harborwalk Village – Each setting of the Grogg March will feature entertainment and live music. Join in the drinking games if you choose. The event is March 17, 2011 and begins at 5 p.m. After dark, at 8 p.m. the leprechauns will compete for the sexiest “Lucky” brand jeans and the winner will be awarded a trip, prizes and much more.
  • Village of Baytowne Wharf – This celebration gets off to a good start on March 17, 2011 as Henri’s Notions play the traditional Celtic music that will start the St. Patrick’s Day events in Destin. The Events Plaza will be the place and the music starts at 6 p.m. and goes through 9 p.m. Get the luck of the Irish going for you when you attend this St. Patty’s Day celebration in the tradition of a ‘village.’

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