The green of the isle was everywhere as Southampton celebrated St. Patrick's day
by Sandy Lindsay

March 17, 2017


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Chantry Island Cham-bettes all aglow in green were at their favourite table at Duffy's

Southampton was alive with Irish jigs and Irish green as everyone came out celebrate Erin's favourite day, St. Patrick's.

At Duffy's on High Street, it was standing room only as the Guiness flowed and the music had toes a-tappin'.

A double celebration as Betty Hoshoin celebrates March 16th, her birthday AND St. Patrick's Day

Irish colleen, Jennifer O'Reilly, was in green from head to toe ... and why wouldn't she be with the name of O'Reilly!

Two little 'leprechauns' were spotted on High St.,

(L) Raya and Tarrace Reinwald are G. C. Huston Hawks

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Across High Street at the historic Walker House,  it was a celebration of a more subdued nature as most people were there for a St. Patrick's day dinner.

With a name like Patrick O'Connor, you can be sure 'n' begorrah that he'd be celebratin' St. Patrick's with his favourite colleen, Lori Horbatiuk

Celtic Academy Dancers
... entertained the crowd at the Walker House with their Irish clogging

(L) Fiona Jagelewski, Cindy Lu and Angela Xu

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