4 ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Auburn

Irish Bred Pub
Irish Bred Pub in Opelika. (Audrey Kent / The Bama Buzz)

If you’re looking for fun-filled ways to spend your St. Patrick’s Day in the Auburn and Opelika areas, then you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading to learn more about four upcoming events.

1. Kreher Preserve & Nature Park Leprechaun Hunt

Kreher
Experience nature at the Kreher Preserve & Nature Park in Auburn. (Audrey Kent / The Bama Buzz)

If you want to get into the St. Patrick’s Day spirit, why not search for a Leprechaun?

Kreher Preserve & Nature Center invites all ages to attend a Leprechaun Hunt where the search will take you on a hike through the woods—stopping for clues to help you find the mystical Irish figure.

2. KD Shamrock 5K

Shamrock 5K
The KD Shamrock 5K. (Auburn Opelika Tourism)

If you love staying active and supporting good causes, then we have the perfect way for you to do just that.

The Sigma Lambda chapter of Kappa Delta at Auburn University is hosting its 30th Annual Shamrock 5k Run for Special Deliveries of Lee County and Prevent Child Abuse America.

The Shamrock Project is a national Kappa Delta program that college students and alumni support. It raises money for national and local child abuse prevention organizations.

3. St. Patrick’s Day Crafts at Hey Day Market

Hey Day Market In Auburn
Hey Day Market in Auburn. (Callie Morrison / The Bama Buzz)

Hey Day Market is a food hall, market, gathering place and a hotspot for Auburn locals.

The market loves celebrating holidays, and this St. Patrick’s Day, they’ll host an arts and crafts table where guests can color four-leaf clovers and more.

4. Irish Bred Pub

Irish Bred Pub
Irish Bred Pub in Opelika has a fully-stocked bar. (Audrey Kent / The Bama Buzz)

What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than enjoying Shepherd’s Pie and some good drinks?

Irish Bred Pub is known by Opelika locals as the place “where friends meet.” The pub serves pub grub with an Irish influence in a cozy atmosphere. Customers can enjoy homemade recipes, classic brews, dancing, games and more.

There’s more where that came from—check out ways to spend St. Patrick’s Day in Huntsville and across Alabama.

How are you spending your St. Patrick’s Day weekend? Tag us @thebamabuzz + let us know!

Audrey Kent
Audrey Kent
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