Nola by the numbers

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Parades celebrating the life of St. Patrick this month.

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

7
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.

75.5
Miles that will be logged in March for a walker training for the 2010 Crescent City Classic.

99
Miles that will be logged in March for a runner training for the 2010 Crescent City Classic.

14
Last day in March to see “Dreams Come True” at New Orleans Museum of Art.

600
Original artworks at “Dreams Come True” that one must see this month.

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