Where to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Winston-Salem

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with six local holiday happenings around the Twin City.

WStoday: Finnegan's Wake Irish pub on Trade Street in Winston-Salem

Finnigan’s Wake will serve Irish food and drinks Sunday, March 17 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Winston-Salem is going green this weekend as the city observes St. Patrick’s Day. Today, some people celebrate the Irish culture with special foods, music, and dancing.

For the artsy

  • Wine and Design | Saturday, March 16 | 2-4 p.m. | Buie’s Market, 749 Avalon Rd. N. | $40 | Artist Jenny Heid will guide the painting experience while you enjoy a glass of wine.
  • March at Joymongers | Through Saturday, March 30 | Times vary | Joymongers, 480 W. End Blvd. | Free entry | Enjoy free live music every Friday and Saturday, DIY craft classes, drag performances, and a comedy show throughout the month.

For the culture lover

  • Foothills Brewing’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration | Sunday, March 17 | 12-8 p.m. | Foothills Brewing Tasting Room, 3800 Kimwell Dr. | Free entry | Watch Irish line dancing and Gaelic football demonstrations — plus take advantage of a variety of food and drink specials.
  • Wise Man’s St. Patrick Celebration Weekend | Saturday, March 16-Sunday, March 17 | Times vary | Wise Man Brewing, 826 Angelo Bros Ave. | Free entry | Taste Irish beer and food, plus immerse yourself in Irish music and dance.
  • St. Patrick’s Day Weekend Party | Saturday, March 16-Sunday, March 17 | Times vary | Finnegan’s Wake, 620 N. Trade St. | Free entry | Listen to live music at the Irish pub, plus plenty of green beer will be on the menu — patio bar will be open.

For the family

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