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Parades celebrating the life of St. Patrick this month.

1809
The first year New Orleans Celebrated St. Patrick’s Day.

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Predominantly Irish Pubs that are located throughout the city.

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Pew in St. Patrick’s Church that was bought by James Gallier, an Irish architect, who renovated the Church in the 1800s.

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Miles that will be logged in March for a walker training for the 2010 Crescent City Classic.

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Miles that will be logged in March for a runner training for the 2010 Crescent City Classic.

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Last day in March to see “Dreams Come True” at New Orleans Museum of Art.

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Original artworks at “Dreams Come True” that one must see this month.

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