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St. Patrick's Day Presentation

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Karra Farmer

on 17 March 2014

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Transcript of St. Patrick's Day Presentation

Saint Patrick's Day has been an Irish holiday for over 1,000 years.
Special foods people eat for St. Patrick´s day are: corned beef and cabbage and soda bread.
The most well-known celebrations in Australia take place in Sydney and Brisbane.
The Sydney Opera House
goes green!
Flashmob in
Sydney Central Station
St Patrick's Day
Parade, Brisbane
St. Patrick´s Day
March 17
It is always on the 17th March, the day St. Patrick died in 461 AD.
Saint Patrick was from Britain,
but brought Catholicism to Ireland. He taught about God using a clover.
Now, it is a holiday celebrated in many countries. It is less about St. Patrick now and more a celebration of Ireland and being with friends.
Some Irish culture

Green Eggs and Ham
In Sydney and Brisbane, there are parades to celebrate St. Patrick´s day.
Irish Dancing
Irish Music
Leprechauns and Rainbows
A leprechaun is a type of Irish fairy. They are small bearded people.
A common myth is that leprechauns keep a pot of gold at the end of rainbows.
Irish Sayings and Blessings
Irish Luck and the Blarney Stone
the gift of gab
If you see a leprechaun, you will have good luck!
The Father
The Son
The Holy Spirit
The Holy Trinity
People dress up and wear green.
The Shamrock
The shamrock (or clover) is Ireland's national plant and it is believed to bring good luck.
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