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Mar16
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Festivals, Fairs & Special Events

Shamrock’n at Old St. Pats


Shamrock’n, Old St. Pats annual event on March 16 from 11:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at Amazing Space Venue in the West Loop, will be filled with Irish pub grub, music, a pint or two and even activities for the littlest of leprechauns like crafts, balloon artists and face painting!
Sponsored by Guinness, Bailey’s, Roe & Co Irish Whiskey, Wintrust and Coca-Cola, the event will have Irish fiddles, flutes, bagpipers and maybe a dancer or two! Make sure to stay for the special appearances by Chicago Garda and the iconic Shannon Rovers Pipe & Drum Band.

Guests have a chance to enter the Pot O’ Gold raffle offering a $20,000 GRAND PRIZE! Old St. Pat’s will sell no more than 750 tickets for $100 each. Purchase your tickets now for chances to win an early bird prize!

Tickets available now. Pub Pass Ticket for $50, which includes entry, three drinks and a meal. General Entry for $25; $30 at the door if tickets are still available. Kids 6-10 are $10 and 5 and under are free. Kids receive a free meal with entry and a Shamrock’n activity pack.

Funds raised at the events will go towards supporting the numerous ministries at Old St Patrick’s Church, including social justice initiatives, outreach programs, and strengthening the mission of the church. To learn more, visit oldstpats.org/special-events.html.

About Old St. Patrick’s Church

Since its founding by Irish immigrants on Easter morning in 1846, Old St. Patrick’s has been interwoven in the life and history of the City of Chicago. Founded in 1846 as the first English-speaking parish in the city, the current church building was designed in a Romanesque style by two of Chicago’s earliest practicing architects Augustus Bauer and Asher Carter. The cornerstone was laid on May 23, 1853, and the building was dedicated on Christmas Day, 1856.

Old St. Patrick’s is one of the few buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Its survival makes it the oldest public building in the City of Chicago. Today, Old St. Patrick’s is home to a membership of more than 3,000 households and innumerable friends. As we grow, we continually redefine what it means to be an urban church. We are committed to remaining open to new visions and possibilities, seeking broader horizons as we journey into our future.


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