Gallery: 6 Fun, Green Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in NYC!

Hitting a museum before you visit the bar may sound a bit out of sorts but totally worth the detour. Between 10 am and 5:45 pm on both March 16th and March 17th, the American Museum of Natural History will host a celebration of the world’s food production cycle. The conversation is titled “Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture,” and discusses feeding the growing human population. All ages are welcome.

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Get a head start on the Celtic celebrations by heading to the annual New York City St. Patrick’s day parade up Fifth Avenue, which starts at 44th Street at 11am on March 16th. Join the other 200,000 plus participants on foot to enjoy the festivities. You don’t have to be Irish to join the party, but do wear your best green attire.

Hitting a museum before you visit the bar may sound a bit out of sorts but totally worth the detour. Between 10 am and 5:45 pm on both March 16th and March 17th, the American Museum of Natural History will host a celebration of the world’s food production cycle. The conversation is titled “Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture,” and discusses feeding the growing human population. All ages are welcome.

Prior to kicking off your pub crawl, go knee-deep in New York City’s Irish history with a walking tour of the old “Little Ireland”. Experience Irish music, cuisine, shops and culture on foot and ditch the taxi ride. Boredommd is hosting a two hour tour beginning at 11 am meeting at St. Paul’s Chapel at 209 Broadway on the 17th, but you’ll have to make reservations here so they’ll know you’re coming.

Sham-rock your body at New York Sports Club during their free Celtic-themed cross-fit workout. From 9 am to 11 am on St. Patrick’s Day at various locations throughout the city, NYSC trainers will guide participants through a 30 minute circuit workout on the new green turf UXF zones. Put a kick in your step and and get ready to jig instead of jack during this UXF inspired workout featuring Irish jams to get your blood flowing. The session is free, open to NYSC members and non-members, and there will also be giveaways and prizes.

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