O’Henry, O’Malley, O’My! Grab your friends and neighbors, and follow the road to Garrettsville on March 17th for a fun-filled St. Patrick’s Day you won’t soon forget. And that’s no blarney!
The historic village of Garrettsville knows how to celebrate, and they are starting first thing in the morn’. Start off with a hearty breakfast, and a beer if you are so inclined. Sean’s Pub, Miller’s Restaurant, SkyLane Lounge to name a few are serving up morn’ meals that will help get you started for the daylong celebration.
If you can’t start out celebrating with breakfast, how about the mid day meal or evenin’ sup. The area restaurants just keep cooking up the specials all day long. The best melt-in-your mouth corned beef can be found right here in Garrettsville. The Brick, Cal’s, SkyLanes, Sean’s Pub, and Miller’s Restaurant will be serving up all your favorites. For those seeking less Irish-fare, McDonald’s, Dairy Queen, are also great options.
The James A. Garfield Historical Society will be open for visitors to stop in for a wee bit ‘o the local history. After stopping in for some local lore, head back out on the street and visit the stores, where you’re sure to find something to add to your treasures.
What celebration would be complete without entertainment? In addition to the great entertainment at many of Garrettsville’s restaurants; March 17th will be jam-packed with family friendly entertainment everyone will enjoy:
• Face Painting at Villager Emporium…..4:00-6:00 PM
• Ponytails Peting Zoo* (Weather Permitting) @ Windham St. Bridge…..5:00 PM
• Horse & Wagon Rides Around Town* (Weather Permitting) …..5:00 PM
BALLOON ART w/ JASON O’ ADKINS
• Balloon Art at Dairy Queen 4:00pm–4:30pm
• Balloon Art at McDonalds 4:30pm–5:00pm
• Balloon Art at Garrettsville Eagles Club 5:30pm-6:00pm
Bagpiper Jeff Gaynor at Slim & Jumbo’s – 4:00 PM
DJ Inman Johnson at Sky Lounge – 8:00pm
This St. Patrick’s Day come down to Garrettsville to experience great food, entertainment, and shopping; and discover why Garrettsville is a great place to live, work and visit!
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