The walk o’ the Irish



Frigid temperatures didn’t keep the toughest of the area’s Irish from participating in the annual Irishmen’s walk to the 52 Stafford in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. The event kicked off in the parking lot on the corner of Eastern Avenue and County E where the mass of greenclad walkers huddled to keep warm while waiting to start their trek to the pub at 11 a.m. Everyone, young and old, wore their Irish best as they made their way down Eastern Avenue to Mill Street with a police squad blocking off one lane of traffic. Participants then enjoyed music, green beer and food at the 52 Stafford. Frigid temperatures didn’t keep the toughest of the area’s Irish from participating in the annual Irishmen’s walk to the 52 Stafford in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. The event kicked off in the parking lot on the corner of Eastern Avenue and County E where the mass of greenclad walkers huddled to keep warm while waiting to start their trek to the pub at 11 a.m. Everyone, young and old, wore their Irish best as they made their way down Eastern Avenue to Mill Street with a police squad blocking off one lane of traffic. Participants then enjoyed music, green beer and food at the 52 Stafford.






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