St. Patricks Day

St. Patricks Day is coming up on March 17th another excuse to let crazy-you out. We will celebrate Paddy’s day by joining the party at Joseph Richards, one of the hottest clubs in Vancouver.

Saint Patrick is the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland, he brought the christianity to Ireland. And that’s a reason to celebrate. The Shamrock is ‘the sign’ of Ireland and St. Patricks day, because Saint Patrick used the Shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity to the pagans. Paddys day is every year on March 17th, because that is the day he died and to honor him the Irish folks celebrate him. And if you missed it, green is the color to wear on that day.

If you want to join us for this remarkable event please buy you tickets before March 12th at our office or Pub Nights. The ticket cost $10 and includes the entrance fee and one free green beer. The dress code for this Party is of course green.

We will meet at 9pm in front of the Joseph Richards were will give you your ticket and will than all go in and have our first green beer together.

We hope you will join us for this green party

ps: we will not have a Pub Night on March 19th

News Flash

I hope everyone had an awesome St. Patrick’s Day! The last couple of days we have been celebrating St. Patricks Day, but do you actually know what we are celebrating? I have to be honest, I didn’t know! So that is why I looked it up for you, so you will be ready for next year!

Saint Patrick was the patron saint of Ireland and one of the most celebrated religious figures around the world. When he was 16 we was kidnapped from his native land, England, by a group of pirates. They brought him to Ireland where he was sold into slavery. From his master he had to work as a shepherd and feed all the animals. He turned to his religion for comfort from the Lord and he prayed every day. After six years of slavery he escaped from his master. He returned to his home country England, where he decided to become a priest.

One night he had a dream about the Irish people calling him to convert them to Christianity. So, after finishing his study and preparing for several years Saint Patrick returned to Ireland as a Christian missionary. He was able to bring upon a massive religious shift to Christianity by converting people of power. He laid the groundwork for the establishment of hundreds of monasteries and churches that eventually popped up across the Irish country to promote Christianity.

On March 17 in the 5th century Saint Patrick died, which is now the day we celebrate St. Paddy’s day on! So, now you know why we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. You’re ready for next year!!


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