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St Patrick's Day Downtown Guide

March 16, 2017

Downtown Sudbury is a hot bed of activity on St. Patrick's Day, but even more so this year than others due to the Day falling on a Friday.

Here's a quick guide outlining some of the activities happening Friday, March 17th.
 

Peddlers Pub – Cedar
Live music throughout the day at downtown’s classic Irish Pub, featuring Thea May & Almost Irish and Billy John and the Irish Wake. Lunch service begins at 11am, music is to begin at 2pm.

St Andrew’s Place - Larch
12pm in the 2nd floor gym, St. Andrew’s Place is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon featuring music by The No Name Band. Entrance fee is only $8

The Townehouse Tavern – Elgin
Starting at 5:30pm the Townehouse Tavern will have Billy John and the Irish Wake performing their annual St. Patrick’s Day show.

Little Montreal – Elgin
Doors open at 5pm for St Patrick’s day celebration featuring:
Rodney Meilleur - 5pm to 7:30pm
Irish Heritage Club of Sudbury Youth Dancers - 8pm to 8:30pm
Rodney Meilleur & Jason Meilleur - 9pm to 12am

SRO – Durham
DJ Trapment will be spinning tranks for a St Patrick’s Day party. 21+ featuring the ‘cheapest drinks in town’

Zigs Bar – Elgin
Sudbury’s most inclusive bar is hosting a St. Paddy’s day party starting at 9pm, featuring DJ Booma. Cash prizes available to be won in a ‘jig off’

The Grand – Elgin
Doors open at 10pm– St Patrick’s day party with a $500 cash prize, free coat check and no cover.  19+
Join The Grand for Round 2 on Saturday, with hourly drink specials

The Coulson Nightclub - Larch
Boasting 'Sudbury's Biggest St.Paddy's BASH' featuring Live Band "Riff Raff" starting at 10pm, No Cover and Party favors

Restaurants:
Wacky Wings: Green Beer, Green Wings & Celtic Music
La Casa Mexicana:  green enchiladas