Photo courtesy of SF Examiner.
Even though Saint Patrick was British and he preferred the color blue over green, there will be plenty of green and Irish fun blanketing the Bay this weekend.
100,000 revelers will descend upon San Francisco this Saturday celebrating Irish history and culture in the 167th Annual San Francisco St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival. Outfitted in St. Patrick's Day livery, the BARTmobile will be cruising the streets in the parade, so make sure to wave if you see it.
If you're looking to revel in the East Bay, head to Dublin (California!) for the city's annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration. The festival will run both Saturday and Sunday, with the parade happening on Saturday morning.
If you'd rather duck inside and escape the madness, in Walnut Creek on Saturday check out "Mozart Requiem" by the California Symphony. Don't miss this stirring masterpiece.
On Sunday in San Francisco, enjoy "Free Family Day" at SFMOMA. Up to two adults accompanying each visitor under 18 years old will be granted free admission.
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