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 an 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.