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Need a laugh?
The doors open at 11 am with $3 pints of Guinness and $5 Irish Car Bombs served all day. No Blarney!
Come dance a jig with Miss Emily from 4-7 and the Three Irishmen from 8-11 pm.
And there’s plenty of green for everyone!
Cead Mile Failte!
Aside from the color green, the activity most associated with St. Patrick’s Day is drinking. However, Irish law, from 1903 to 1970, declared St. Patrick’s Day a religious observance for the entire country meaning that all pubs were shut down for the day. That meant no beer, not even the green kind, for public celebrants. The law was overturned in 1970, when St. Patrick’s was reclassified as a national holiday – allowing the taps to flow freely once again…YEA!!
Bring a non perishable food donation for the Ouray County Food Bank and receive one raffle ticket for a drawing at Half Time. You must be present to WIN. GO BRONCOS!
Come listen to our favorite band, The North Fork Flyers, starting at 9pm.