St. Patrick’s Day in Ventura is a blast, especially if you stop by the annual parade. The holiday is celebrated on the feast of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The holiday revolves around good food and drinks, shamrocks, and the color green. Read on to learn more about St. Patrick’s Day in the area.
According to the Conejo Valley Guide, the Ventura Elks Lodge #1430 is putting on the 29th annual celebration on Saturday, March 11th. This event will start at 10:00am on Main Street in downtown Ventura, with a theme that centers on the “Sporting Life.” You can follow the parade all the way from Main Street to its destination on North Chestnut. With over 100 participants, you can’t miss this celebration.
What’s unique about St. Patrick’s Day? This holiday is only celebrated in a select number of countries and regions, and few pull out the stops like Americans. In fact, it’s one of the most widely celebrated holidays in the country, with some places even dying entire rivers green.
Get out your best green clothes and be prepared for one incredible celebration in Ventura. There will be plenty of activities and participants, so be sure to bring the whole family.