Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with an EPIC outdoor Movie Event!

March 16, 2023 by
Epic Team
St. Patrick's Day is a day for celebrating Irish culture and heritage. One way to bring the community together and celebrate this special holiday is by hosting an outdoor movie event. An outdoor movie screening is a fun and unique way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with friends, family and your community. Here are a few ideas on how to make your outdoor movie event EPIC:

  1. Choose an Irish-themed movie: To truly embrace the spirit of St. Patrick's Day, choose an Irish-themed movie to screen at your event. Some popular options include "The Quiet Man," "Darby O'Gill and the Little People," "The Secret of Roan Inish" and "The Wind That Shakes the Barley."
  2. Create an Irish atmosphere: Decorate your EPIC outdoor movie area with traditional Irish decorations, such as shamrocks, leprechauns, and green and white streamers. You could also serve Irish-themed food and drinks, such as corned beef and cabbage, Guinness, and Irish whiskey.
  3. Include Irish cultural elements: Consider incorporating traditional Irish music, dance, or other cultural elements into your event. For example, you could have a local Irish music band play before or after the movie or have a traditional Irish dance performance.
  4. Make it a community event: Reach out to local businesses and community organizations to collaborate and make your EPIC outdoor movie event a community-wide celebration.
  5. Plan for the weather: As always, it's important to plan for the weather when hosting an outdoor event. Have a plan in place in case of inclement weather and make sure that your guests have a warm and dry place to go.
With a little bit of planning and preparation, your EPIC outdoor movie event on St. Patrick's Day can be a fun and unique way to bring the community together and celebrate Irish culture and heritage. So, gather your friends, family, and community, and get ready for a memorable St. Patrick's Day celebration.
Epic Team March 16, 2023
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