3 Reasons why more Kenyans should celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

DENVER, CO - MARCH 12: Marleen Puzak and Frech Bull Dog "Beignet" watch as the 2016 Denver St. Patrick's Day Parade makes its way down Blake Street in downtown Denver on Saturday, March 12, 2016. (Photo by Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post)

St. Patrick’s Day is being celebrated today, on the 17th of March 2018.

The Irish holiday is set aside to commemorate the death date of St Patrick a priest known for his extensive work in Ireland. Despite the pious beginnings of this Irish holiday, it has now become popular reason for many to drink themselves into a stupor. A celebration enjoyed by those of Irish descent and the general public, it is a day of festivities and a sea of green.

To truly celebrate St. Patrick’s Day here are 3 things you should know.

1.It offers one the chance to dress up in green

This is your chance to get crazy with some interesting costumes and enjoy the moment.

2. It is the perfect excuse to have a drink with friends

Call up your friends, and have a few drinks. Great company is always a guarantee for an epic night. However, it is important to never overdo it. On St. Patrick’s Day many often go overboard, however with a little self-control, many enjoy the festivities associated with this day.

3.It is a no-fuss holiday

The key to a memorable St. Patrick’s Day is keeping things simple. Do not spend too much on expensive drinks, do not overcomplicate the music selection, and always remember it is a party where-ever you are.

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