5 Family Friendly Activities for St. Patrick’s Day 2022

With the world looking a little bit different than it did this time last year, we wanted to compile an updated list with a few activities the whole family can enjoy on St. Patrick’s Day this year. This post is full of fun, creative ideas to keep the kiddos entertained while being Covid safe and having fun! 

1. Make a Festive Feast!

Enjoy celebrating by making a bunch of delicious food for the family! Corned beef and cabbage, beef stew, and Irish soda bread are a few of our favorite dishes for St. Patrick’s Day! Gather your family and spend some time cooking a delicious meal together to celebrate a day full of luck!

2. Plan a Scavenger Hunt!

As children, most of us remember having scavenger hunts to find a pot of gold and other treasures from the leprechauns. Make this day unique for your children by planning a scavenger hunt with their favorite goodies as the prize! Watch their faces light up as they hunt around the house for their “pot of gold!”

3. Look for Shamrocks

Nothing says luck more than 4 leaf clovers! Go outside, enjoy the weather, and look for your lucky shamrocks. Set your mind on what this luck will bring you and start a tradition with friends and family to see who can collect the most. 

4. Roast S’mores!

St. Patrick’s Day is known to be a very social, entertaining holiday, so why not roast s’mores and gather around the fire with the ones you love the most! Inside-Out S’mores guarantee no mess and come with a safety extender piece to ensure safe roasting for you and your family. Visit our page to place an order today and take 15% off with code "BLOG15"!

5. Watch a Virtual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Even though some activities for St. Patrick’s Day may be cancelled, you can still have fun by searching for a parade either livestreamed, televised, or even in person for you and the fam to enjoy! Have fun watching while enjoying some of our favorite food ideas for St. Patrick’s Day!

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By Anna Bilsky

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