Don’t Miss Out On These Fun St. Patrick’s Day Activities
3/13 – St. Patty’s Bounce at Bounce U in Roseville – If bouncing, games, and celebrating with friends and family sounds like your idea of the perfect St. Patrick’s Day, you’re in luck! Enjoy a St. Patrick’s Day treasure hunt, leprechaun drawing contest, cookies and shamrock lemonade. Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Admission: $8.95/child. Children under 2 and adult guardians are FREE with a paying child. Admission must be prepaid – online (through our events calendar) or by phone.
3/14 – Build a Leprechaun trap at the Franklin Library – The legend says if you capture a leprechaun then he has to lead you to his pot of gold. So how, exactly, do you get a leprechaun? They’re wiley creatures so you need to build a trap that lures leprechauns and then captures him for good! You bring your imagination and creativity and use our supplies to build your very own fool-proof leprechaun trap. Ages 5-12.
3/15 – Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day fun at Climbaroo – Kids who wear green will receive a free shamrock cookie, and parents a free irish coffee – all day long. Come for family night from 6pm to 10pm and meet Lenny the Leprechaun!
3/16 – St. Patrick’s Day river cruise aboard the Hornblower – This St. Patrick’s Day spend your afternoon on the Sacramento River. Enjoy a one hour cruise of the Sacramento River with a Face painter & Balloon Artist for the kids and Specials on Green Beer for adults! See where the American and Sacramento Rivers come together to experience the wildlife and breathtaking natural beauty that this historic and important waterway has to offer
3/16 – 17th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade – Hundreds of colorful marchers dressed in green, along with Irish and Highland dancers, pipe and drum bands, historic re-enactors, and a variety of cultural organizations, will all join together to be a part of the 17th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade! Always a free event, the parade steps off promptly at 1pm from 2nd & L Streets in Old Sacramento and proceeds throughout the national historic landmark.
3/17 – Wear green and get 1/2 off admission at the Sacramento Children’s Museum – Museums are an exciting adventure for kids, a place to see and learn about art and displays of valuable monuments. But Sacramento Children’s Museum is not just a place to observe and learn about the art world, it is a place where kids explore innovative ideals in a hands-on environment. Kids learn to intertwine imaginary ideals with play, which enhances a kid’s abilities and builds high self-esteem and confidence. Kids who are inspired to explore and be creative are kids who can easily adapt to the real world. Check out SCM’s St. Patrick’s Day discount. Kids will receive 50 percent off the regular admission fee if they wear green.
3/17 – St. Patrick’s Day at the California Automobile Museum – Come to the California Automobile Museum for St. Patrick’s Day! Adults and kids get in for just $4 if they wear primarily green. Coloring stations and a “Luck o’ the Irish” scavenger hunt will be available for kids and families to enjoy.