St. Patrick’s Day 2012 in Sanya
St. Patricks Day Celebration at WOS Beach Bar
Join us this Saturday for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration at WOS beach bar! We will be offering you an extra-special deal on food & drink, a buy one get one free on Heineken, and also serving up a mouth-watering Seafood Basket for RMB50 (Orginal price: RMB85). Don’t miss out!
Add: Shop 30, Dadonghai Beach, Sanya, Hainan (Below Seawave Bar, right on the beach) /海南省三亚市大东海商铺30号 (海浪吧下面沙滩)
Meanwhile, Dolphin Sports Bar & Grill is also going to lay on special offers on Saint Patrick’s Day, which is the most widely celebrated saint’s day in the world, on 17th March. Dolphin Bar will offer Irish stew, steak pie, shepherd’s pie special, with a happy hour on Guinness, Jameson and Baileys!
If you are fond of Irish culture or saint’s day celebrations, don’t miss out!
Date: 17th Mar, 2012
Venue: Sanya Dolphin Sports Bar & Grill (三亚海豚体育酒吧)
Add: No.99, Yuya Road, Dadonghai, Sanya (across City Hotel) /三亚市大东海榆亚大道99号城市酒店正对面
On Saturday, there will be special St. Patrick’s Day beach cricket match on Sanya Bay. The usual section of beach will be used, namely Palm Tree Pavilion – opposite Casa Mia and along (West) a few hundred meters. All those intending to play need to meet on the beach for 1pm for team selection, and play will start at 2pm.
In the meantime, we shall keep fervently preparing by practicing our bowling, in-swings, googlies, and maintaining a strict elbow training schedule.
Don’t forget your uniforms, although there may be a few left over for 35 RMB if you need one. There are very few of the stylish Sanya Cricket Club polo shirts left, and in case you’d like to grab one of the last, the price is 100 RMB.
Bring your families along with sun-cream, a picnic, and an especially Irish disposition this Saturday. Cold beer and water will available, as usual, at a cost of 50 RMB for as much as you can drink.
Post match presentations and dinner will be at Coastline Art restaurant this month, opposite the cricket pavilion Sanya Bay, from 6:30pm.
Contact person: David Taylor
Mobile No: 18789705062
Add: In front of the Sanya Palm Beach Resort and Spa /三亚湾路兰海花园二区胖老爸餐厅对面的海滩
Finally, Holiday Inn Sanya Yalong Bay will decorate their lobby bar in a St Patrick’s Day style. “Green” afternoon tea will be available to those celebrating St. Patrick day in the lobby bar from 14:30pm to 17:30pm on Mar 17 2012. Meanwhile, the chef will select traditional Irish food for you, such like Irish Bannock, Baked Potato and Irish stews. Come along and try them out, you won’t regret it!
Saint Patrick’s Day
The Origin of St. Patrick’s Day
The origin of St. Patrick’s Day lies in a religious feast day in honor of the death of St. Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint. Traditionally St. Patrick’s Day, observed on March 17th, has been celebrated in Ireland and Irish communities around the world. The St. Patrick’s Day celebration traditionally includes an Irish mass in the morning and a celebration of traditional Irish food and dance throughout the day.
Saint Patrick’s Day has come to be associated with everything Irish. To those who celebrate its intended meaning, St. Patrick’s Day is a traditional day for spiritual renewal and offering prayers for missionaries worldwide. Most Irish citizens attend mass followed by an evening of traditional Irish food and drink.
St. Patrick’s Day Parades
On this day of celebrating everything Irish, perhaps the biggest celebrations are the major parades which take place in Dublin (and other Irish towns and villages) and major cities around the world. This recently popular parade tradition actually began not in Ireland but in America. The three largest parades of recent years have been held in Dublin, New York and Birmingham, England.
The New York celebration is the oldest and largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the world. The parade dates back to 1762, and in 2003 more than 150,000 marchers (bands, military and police groups, county associations, emigrant societies, social and cultural clubs etc.) participated.
Traditions of St. Patrick’s Day
Although it began in Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated in countries around the world.
Cities around the world hold St. Patrick’s Day parades and festivals to mark the occasion.
On St. Patrick’s Day, Irish families would traditionally attend church in the morning and celebrate in the afternoon. The most common traditions on St. Patrick’s Day include wearing green, eating Irish food and drinking large amounts of Irish beer. Interestingly, the color green is considered unlucky in Ireland since green is connected to the old green flag and a time when Ireland was not free.
Saint Patrick’s Day Symbols
St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday known for parades, shamrocks, Leprechauns, corned beef and cabbage.
SOURCE: WOS Info