Bellingham Admin | 02/14/2024 | Updated | Attend, Fairs, Festivals & Parades, Holiday, Savor - Food & Fun |   

Find St. Paddy’s Day Fun in Bellingham & Whatcom County - 2024

When it comes to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, Bellingham and Whatcom County know how to do it right! It’s true, there is no place like Bellingham for St. Patrick’s Day (or St. Patrick's Weekend.) We have created a guide to all things Irish in Bellingham and Whatcom County. From local activities to foodie specials, we have everything to help you celebrate.

March 16, 2024

Time to get your Irish on! Grab your St. Patrick's Day kilt and join us for our annual run/walk with the best of Bellingham. Costumes highly encouraged-the greener the better! 

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March 17, 2024

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at the Bellingham St. Patrick's Day Parade in Downtown Bellingham! Starting at Waypoint Park and making its way through Downtown, the parade ends on Railroad Ave outside Depot Market Square.

Whether you decide to march in the parade or watch from the sidewalk, all are welcome at this community-wide event and to celebrate all the ways we can make Bellingham greener! 

Participation is free for all. 

March 17, 2024

Head to Stone's Throw on March 17 for some St. Paddy's Day fun! Flattery will be performing the tunes Galley2Go will be serving up a special St. Paddy's Day menu. There will be a limited Stones Throw beer release!

March 17, 2024

Enjoy St. Patricks Day themed drink specials to the toe-tapping music of The Devillies, Bellingham’s favorite Irish-American folk group, as a part of the fifth edition of Folk Club at The Blue Room! The Devillies play an eclectic mix of originals and traditional tunes and songs made for dancing, crying, and laughing. 

Folk Club shows happen on the first and third Sundays of every month and are all ages! Suggested donation $10-$20 - NOTAFLOF 

Happy Hour 2-3pm!

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