High Tea, Floats and Potato Races mark St. Pat’s Day
The Easton Business Alliance will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday, March 17 with its annual parade, followed by the fan favorite Potato Race on Washington Street. Before the parade, enjoy a cup of tea at the Academy Art Museum’s afternoon tea service.
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Brewers Lane and Harrison Street, will feature more than 40 floats, bands and classic cars. Many local businesses will showcase their Irish spirit and design talents by decorating golf carts from Hog Neck Golf Course.
Young Professionals of Talbot County host the annual Potato Race immediately following the parade. Watch as relay teams race down Washington Street passing potatoes balanced on spoons to their teammates.
Register for the parade and Potato Races at www.discovereaston.com/st-patricks-day. For information on Easton Business Alliance or to become a member, please visit www.discovereaston.com. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/discovereaston.About Easton Business Alliance: EBA is a marketing, promotion and events non-profit organization operating as a member of the Mid-Shore Community Foundation. The mission of EBA is to enhance, promote, and preserve the vitality of Easton’s independent merchants which benefit business owners, residents and visitors; and to bring awareness to the Town’s historical roots and lifestyles.