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Green Bay gets greener for St. Patty's weekend

7:30 AM, Mar. 14, 2013
Milwaukee-based Celtic rock band Reilly brings music off its new CD, 'Revelry and Regret,'' to St. Brendan's Inn on Sunday to help stoke the St. Patrick's Day party.
Milwaukee-based Celtic rock band Reilly brings music off its new CD, 'Revelry and Regret,'' to St. Brendan's Inn on Sunday to help stoke the St. Patrick's Day party.
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Depending on how you celebrate, St. Patrick's Day can be a nice quiet evening with a plate of corned beef and cabbage and a Shamrock Shake or a wild blur of green beer and Irish Car Bombs.

Luckily enough, in Green Bay you can do one, the other, both or neither. Here's a quick look at some St. Patty's weekend festivities happening around town:Downtown parade, ceremony

The fourth annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, put on by the Shamrock Club of Green Bay, kicks off at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at "O'Flatley Way" (Crooks Street) and Washington Street in downtown Green Bay. It'll proceed along the Fox River, ...

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