All dressed up (in green) and nowhere to go? HHC

March 17, 1992

Hurray for St. Patrick's Day. Even if you missed Sunday's parade there's still time to celebrate. Here are a few area events in honor of St. Patrick:

* "Hear My Song" is yours for a song (free admission that is) if you show up at the Rotunda Twin Cinemas for the 7:30 p.m. show wearing green on St. Patrick's Day. Ned Beatty plays an Irish tenor who flees England for non-payment of taxes, and a downtrodden promoter tries to lure him back for a last concert. The theater is at 711 W. 40th St.

*The Cat's Eye Pub, at 1730 Thames St., will celebrate its 17th anniversary by giving away Irish coffee poured into commemorative mugs. The group Dogs Among Bushes will perform.

* Corned beef and cabbage will be served, and the street will be blocked off in anticipation of a big crowd at Kavanagh's, 311 W. Madison St. The party, which will be held from noon to 2 a.m., will feature Pat McAllurim, a singer and guitarist.

* McGinn's Irish Pub and Restaurant, 328 N. Charles St., will host ad all-day party from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. with live piano music by Scott McNinney beginning at 4 p.m. Irish favorites and sing-alongs will bring out the Irish spirit in a traditional party with enough corned beef and cabbage for everyone.

* At the Gandy Dancer, 1300 McHenry St., a ham and cabbage lunch will be served at noon, Harp and Guinness beers will be on tap and at 5:30 p.m. Wild Geese will perform Irish music. Call (410) 752-5835.

* The Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks and the Office on Aging sponsor a "Wearing o' the Green" party from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Florence Bain Senior Center in Columbia. The funniest, prettiest and greenest costumes will win prizes. Registration is required, and the $2 fee entitles you to refreshments, entertainment and dancing.

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