Games of skill and chance, building miniature gardens, live music, and other stereotypical pranks are part of the St. Patrick’s Day festivities in Paris this weekend.
Operated by the Texas Historical Commission, Sam Bell Maxey House State Historic Site, one of the city’s landmarks, hosts several holiday-themed activities throughout the week.
The former residence of Senator Sam Bell Maxsey is hosting its final terrarium building class today from 2-3pm, where participants can create miniature gardens, says Maxey House educator Elana. Mr Burton said.
The museum will host free St. Patrick’s Day-themed bingo games, children’s games and crafts outside the home or in the visitor center on Fridays from 10am-11am, depending on weather conditions. I’m here.
“It’s going to be a fun little event for the kids,” Burton said.
Tours of the house are available for an additional fee, according to the Landmark’s website.
The City of Paris is hosting another year of downtown mini golf on the penultimate day of Spring Break.
Main Street Coordinator Cheri Bedford said the fourth annual Downtown Paris Mini Golf Challenge will be held on Saturday, with 18 companies designing putting greens where participants can win prizes, discounts and other perks. increase.
“Some people don’t travel during spring break. This seemed like a good way to bring people together in the store and have a little fun event,” she said, adding that the city wanted to keep the event cheap. I pointed out that
Green businesses include City of Paris, ServePro, Girls Night Out Boutique, South Main Iron, Be Suite Paris Gifts, Sundays in Paris, and Else Apparel.
Tickets are $5, kids under 13 play free, and are available at booths east of the Culbertson Fountain in Downtown Plaza, Bedford said.
According to the coordinator, the proceeds will benefit future Light Up Paris projects, which will put lights on the rooftops of several downtown buildings.
Downtown boutique Picky Piglet hosts its annual St. Patrick’s Day Downtown Crawl Saturday, with more than 20 businesses participating and promoting sales.
Participating companies are expected to offer adult beverages brewed by Sting Brew and Company with Grapevine, Texas hops, said Crawl organizer Stephanie Leonard, owner of Picky Piglet.
Participating companies include Pinky Piglet, Olive Paris, Head Over Hill, Belle Ame, Itsy Bitsy Spider, Antique Mall, and other downtown businesses.
Attendees must be at least 21 years old, ID is required, and wristbands are available at DeadCat Media at 27 Clarksville Street, Leonard said.
About creating the holiday crawl, Leonard said:
Downtown motorcycle dealer South Main Iron is encouraging everyone to wear green during St. Patrick’s Celebration on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm.
Local country singer-songwriter Philip Nance will perform from 11am to 2pm, and food truck Outer Space Cuisine will serve the food.
McPeak said through Saturday, you’ll get a free South Main Iron beer can with the purchase of a Holy Paddy Day T-shirt.
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