Green attire swishes
Fast feet, giddy crowds sip ale
Leprechauns walk by
By Pearl Popiak (Syracuse 2011)
Parades, Irish music, food and drink, are all hallmarks of how we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
a green line runs through
downtown streets–St Patrick’s Day
paraders walk it
By Rosalyn M. Carroll (Manlius 2013)
It’s a day to revel in the sounds of bagpipes, bodhrans, Irish flutes and fiddles! And, it’s a great day for Irish dancing and singing of Danny Boy!
Dancers jig and clap
Bagpipes blast a cheering tune
Leprechauns skip by
By Gabrielle Gardner (Camillus 2013)
It’s a day that would be incomplete without corned beef and cabbage or a frothy Guinness Stout at your favorite Irish pub! Best of all, St Patrick’s Day is a sweet prelude to warmer weather!
on St. Patrick’s Day
the city dances with green,
By Heidi Stephens (North Syracuse 2008)
Syracuse Poster Project is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with haiku, of course, and we’re offering a specially themed poster from our 2014 Series at a 10% discount from our online shop here. The well-crafted haiku was written by self-published poet, Seneca Wilson, and colorfully illustrated by former Syracuse University Illustration Student, Erick Friely, now a professional Illustrator and Visual Development Artist based out of Oakland, CA. Learn more about Erick’s work here. We’ve even made a video of this fine poster for your viewing pleasure! Click here to view!
Luck of the Irish / Green beer, white snow, orange pride / Reversed traffic light
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!