FEELIN’ IR­ISH? ST. PA­TRICK’S DAY PA­RADE

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Head to South Bos­ton on March 20 for the St. Pa­trick’s Day Pa­rade, dur­ing which as many as a mil­lion peo­ple con­gre­gate along Broad­way in cel­e­bra­tion of the neigh­bor­hood’s and the city’s Ir­ish her­itage. Now in its 115th year, this world-fa­mous af­fair fea­tures bag­pipers, march­ing bands, lo­cal politi­cians and war vets, and most of all, a fes­tive, fun time. 1 pm. Broad­way to An­drew Square, South Bos­ton, 844.478.7287. Move­ment: Mak­ing It Ir­ish.” Th­ese ec­cle­si­as­ti­cal and do­mes­tic ob­jects, such as early me­dieval-in­flu­enced met­al­work, embroidered vest­ments and leather work, rep­re­sent the Ir­ish arts and crafts move­ment of last cen­tury and how it con­trib­uted to the shap­ing of Ire­land. Bos­ton Col­lege, 140 Com­mon­wealth Ave., 617.552.8587

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