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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Southampton

Though there is no St. Patrick's Day parade in the eastern half of Southampton Town, there are still events for getting into the spirit locally.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day all weekend, right near home.

Saturday

75 Main's St. Paddy's Eve Party

Join 75 Main in Southampton Village for a party beginning at 10 p.m.

Spain’s D.J. Oscar L will spin. Enjoy great music, dancing and drink specials, including $5 Margaritas and Coronas throughout the night.

Erin Go Mardi Gras Party

Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor Village planned a Mardi Gras party Feb. 9, but it was derailed by a blizzard. Now the party lands on St. Patrick's Day weekend,  and it is being given an Irish twist, dubbed Erin Go Mardi Gras, beginning at 8 p.m. Beads and masks will be available.

Joe Lauro’s HooDoo Loungers and Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks will perform.

Tickets are $15 in advance, available at the box office or online, or $25 at the door. Order tickets at baystreet.org or call 631-725-9500.

OFVS at the Publick House

The Our Fabulous Variety Show Players will be performing live in the dining room at Southampton Publick House in Southampton Village from 6 to 9 p.m.

Guests will be entertained with Irish step dancing, traditional Irish Pub songs and giveaways. Prizes will be awarded for Best Dressed Irish, Best Jig, Best Irish Step Dance and Best Pub Singer. DJ Brian will be in the Taproom at 9 p.m.

All weekend long Publick House will be offering Jameson drink specials, Sullivan's Irish Ale & Cream Stout, and a traditional Irish menu.

Sunday

North Sea Tavern's St. Patrick's Day Party

Starting at 4 p.m. and going on into the night, North Sea Tavern on North Sea Road offers $4 mimosas and $4 Guinness all day and green beers. There are also food specials for $10, including corned beef and cabbage with potatoes and carrots, and beef cabbage rolls.

Live music by Johnny Pipes.

AM Radio and Keyboard Charly at Publick House

From 5 to 8 p.m., Southampton Publick House will have live music and dance by AM Radio and Keyboard Charly!

All weekend long Publick House will be offering Jameson drink specials, Sullivan's Irish Ale & Cream Stout, and a traditional Irish menu.

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christie nicolle March 17, 2013 at 05:11 PM
Sooo proud of St. Patricks Parade of New Yor City NOT allowing gay activists to show up with signs of abominations + other filth on such a holy saint's day. Bravo NYC!! The gay Ms. Quinn running for Mayor, was whining that she's "mystified" why this was happening... Hope this is a sign, NY does NOT want her for mayor!
Hazel Wilkonson the First March 17, 2013 at 11:14 PM
Christie, I would normally be repulsed by someone as vile as you, but your boundless stupidity excuses you.
Hazel Wilkonson the First March 17, 2013 at 11:17 PM
Just last year it was revealed that tens of thousands of young boys were victims of rape by Catholic priests in Ireland and Christi refers to a day if drunken revelry as a day too holy for gay people! Hilarious.
Hazel Wilkonson the First March 17, 2013 at 11:25 PM
In his book on Irish gay history, Terrible Queer Creatures, Brian Lacey presents some evidence that Patrick may have had a long term intimate relationship with a man: St. Patrick himself may have had a relationship tinged with homoeroticism. Tirechan, a late seventh century cleric who wrote about St. Patrick, tells the story of a man Patrick visited and converted to Christianity, who had a son to whom Patrick took a strong liking. Tirechan wrote that "he gave him the name Benignus, because he took Patrick's feet between his hands and would not sleep with his father and mother, but wept unless he would be allowed to sleep with Patrick." Patrick baptized the boy and made him his close lifelong companion, so much so that Benignus succeeded Patrick as bishop of Armagh. This is a rather tenuous basis for a claim that Patrick was gay, but there is more from his youth. He was originally brought to Ireland as a Roman slave - and they were freely used for sexual purposes. Later, he escaped, but returned to undertake the evangelizing of Ireland that he's famed for. To pay his way back, there is a claim that he worked as a prostitute.
christie nicolle March 18, 2013 at 06:45 PM
Typical Leftist LIES to revise history + facts to make the deviants feel better.... Sorry, Truth hurts. Brian Lacey is a typical Christian hater + leftist... what else is new??
christie nicolle March 18, 2013 at 06:49 PM
p.s. those homosexual pedophiles willfully joined the Catholic church to specifically bring down the church... the devil USES homosexuals for this purpose...but in your stupidity + lack of insight you blame an entire church instead of being disgusted with the few... there are millions of decent priests who are NOT degenerate gay men.

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