Monday, March 11 to Sunday, March 17, 2013; 7 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Location: Downtown Bath, , Bath, ME
For one week each March, the “City of Ships” becomes the “City of the Irish” as Bath celebrates Bath Blarney Days.
MONDAY, MARCH 11
Irish Seisun, Byrnes’ Irish Pub, 38 Centre Street at 7pm.
Irish Trivia Night, Byrnes’ Irish Pub, 38 Centre Street at 7pm
Irish Film at Dreamland Theater, Winter Street Center, 880 Washington Street 7pm – 9pm
“More Than Blarney” Irish Cultural Evening, Irish poetry and traditional music at Bath City Hall Auditorium, 5pm – 6:30pm
Family Dance with live music, Irish Jigs and Reels on flute and fiddle at Bath Dance Works, 72 Front Street, 6:30-8pm
“Ugly Green” Contest, Mae’s Cafe, 160 Centre Street at 7pm
“Shamrock Sprint” 5K at 9am
For registration forms email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or click here to download
FMI call (207) 522-7211
11am – Maine’s largest St. Patricks Day Parade
1pm – Tug-O-War at City Hall sponsored by Universe Gym (Bath Wellness Center)
7-10pm – Bath’s Blarney Ball – Sagadahoc Preservation Inc. is holding Bath’s second annual Blarney Ball on Saturday, March 16th at Winter Street Center, 880 Washington Street. Tickets are $15/person. Live band, dancing, light refreshments and desserts, cash bar and door prizes.
SUNDAY, MARCH 17
1:30pm – Irish Soda Bread Baking Contest at Now You’re Cooking, 49 Front Street – entries must be dropped off between 11am-1pm. The judges will be looking for ingredients, appearance, texture and taste. Prizes will be awarded based on the judges’ scoring, with an extra prize awarded for the “People’s Choice”.
ALL DAY – St. Patty’s Day celebration at downtown pubs and restaurants.
ALL DAY – Live music at Byrnes Irish Pub featuring the Maine Public Safety Pipe and Drum Corps.
The celebration will be capped off with the drawing of a winner in downtown Bath’s
Pot’O Gold Passport Contest