GIVEAWAY! St. Patrick’s Day iTunes Album GIVEAWAY!!!

St Patrick’s Day has become a symbol of all things Irish and a celebration of Irish culture – and music takes centre stage. With St. Paddy's Day just two short days away, I'm so happy to be hosting a great giveaway giving 10, yes TEN lucky people a great Irish inspired album by The Grafton Street Buskers and friends, who have produced an album of 45 traditional and contemporary Irish folk songs, which is a perfect soundtrack for any St Patricks day party! Be sure to scroll down for information on how to enter!

 

St. Patrick's Day Infographic History ChannelSt. Patrick's Day Infographic – Image courtesy of History.com

Here's how to enter:

1) What is your favorite St. Patrick's Day memory OR how do you plan on celebrating St. Patrick's Day on Saturday?

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The contest will end at 5pm PT on Friday, March 16th! Winners will be notified via email! Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!    

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4 Comments

  1. Mari
    March 15, 2012 / 7:39 pm

    My dh is Irish, we celebrate with family every year. We will probably visit a local haunt with his family.

  2. Mari
    March 15, 2012 / 7:39 pm

    I’m a twitter follower (LuckyDuckyToo)

  3. March 16, 2012 / 8:39 am

    Having Irish heritage from both my parents, and being married to an Irishman for 41 years I can’t help but celebrate on St Patrick’s Day! We always have corned beef and cabbage which I have been told is the best people ever tasted. It is simmered low and slow in the crockpot, then glazed in the oven with brown sugar for the last hour. Red potatoes, carrots and cabbage are cooked in the broth to round out our Irish feast. Getting together with family and friends is always part of the tradition, and beer is always part of the equation. Happy St Patrick’s Day, Erin Go Bragh, and Top O’ the Mornin’ are frequently heard as the smiles and laughter abound!

  4. Julia
    March 16, 2012 / 7:00 pm

    As a product of ^^^ my mom and dad who have been together 41 years this week I have to celebrate in Irish Style!!!! A St. Patty’s Day does not go by in our family without a celebration of our heritage!

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