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Leprechauns Are Smaller Than You Think….

You’d probably crush a Leprechaun before you could hear it cuss some blarney in a charming Irish accent.  They are typically portrayed as mischievous little creatures in green jacket, hats and trousers. But the original Leprechauns didn’t look like that.

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Happy St. Patricks Day .. Here are some facts

The first St. Patrick’s Day parade took place in the United States. Irish soldiers serving in the English military marched through New York City on March 17, 1762. Up until the 1970s, Irish laws mandated that pubs be closed on

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St. Patricks Day

Lets go green tomorrow! Its the day to celebrate the legendary patron saint of Ireland and love all things green.  Have a very happy St. Patrick’s Day and search for those leprechauns responsibly.  ;- )) pic: clipartkid.com

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Orangeville Police want you to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day Responsibly

St. Patrick’s Day is traditionally a day of celebration with friends and family at home and at local licensed establishments. Orangeville Police reminds residents that officers will be vigilant throughout the community to ensure the safety of everyone in the

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Guinness Castle For Sale!

One of Ireland’s most historic homes is for sale. It’s named ‘Luggala’, set on 5,000 acres within it’s original 18th Century gardens. It’s a former hunting lodge leaning towards a Gothic style. Structures on the property include the main house

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