Honestly, we have a hard time naming them all, ourselves! That's why we love putting out polls and asking the important questions here in the Hudson Valley! With Saint Patrick's Day this weekend, people need to know the best ways to celebrate!

The Hudson Valley's Most Popular Saint Patrick's Day Traditions

These are the most popular St. Patrick's Day traditions in the Hudson Valley, told to us by you!

Gallery Credit: Conor Walsh

Orange County Knows How to Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day

Orange County Tourism & Film, based in Goshen, N.Y., is the county’s tourism and film production headquarters and a participant in the I LOVE NY program.

A comprehensive listing of area attractions, lodging, events, and film resources can be found at www.OrangeTourism.org. Additionally, a fun, free, 60-page travel guide is available for digital download at orangetourism.org/travel-guide/.

First-Ever Newburgh Leprechaun One-Mile Fun Run @ Downtown Newburgh, N.Y.; 1 South Colden St., Newburgh, N.Y.

March 17, 11 a.m.

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by running through downtown Newburgh in this fun, new, free event presented by the Newburgh Brewing Company and Orchard Valley CrossFit. All are welcome. Meet at Orchard Valley CrossFit to join.

Dressing in green, or as a leprechaun, is not required – but it’s definitely encouraged. This event is sure to become an annual tradition. Take part now and say you were there from the start.

Learn more here.

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration and Comedy Special @ City Winery Hudson Valley, 23 Factory St., Montgomery, N.Y.

March 17, live music, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.; comedy show, 7:30 p.m.

Merriment and mirth will fill the winery throughout the day and night. The festivities begin with live music and Irish breakfast and lunch specials all day. The mirth comes in the evening when comedians Jane Condon and Joey Callahan perform the Laughs Along the Wallkill St. Patrick’s Day Comedy Special, presented by HnH Comedy.

The hilarious Condon keeps audiences in stitches with her witty takes on marriage, kids, politics and more. Callahan has headlined clubs and casinos across the U.S., Canada, and the U.K., with his clean, fast, energetic and crowd-pleasing comedy.

Learn more about the celebration here.

Learn more about the comedy show here.

St. Pat’s Ramble in Montgomery33 Clinton St., Montgomery, N.Y.

March 23, 11 a.m.

Stroll through the beautiful village of Mongomery in the 11th Annual St. Pat’s Ramble. Then relax and enjoy a parade at 1 p.m. It’s all presented by the Village of Montgomery St. Pat’s Ramble and wellness coach Amy Sara.

Learn more here.

Celtic Woman @ Eisenhower Hall Theatre655 Pitcher Road, West Point, N.Y.

March 24, 3 p.m.

The four Irish women of Celtic Woman bring centuries of musical and cultural tradition to life with their angelic voices and instrumental artistry. They are accompanied by a robust ensemble of Irish dancers, bagpipers, and a full band playing traditional Celtic instruments.

Celtic Woman has sold more than 10 million CDs and DVDs, making it the only all-female act to achieve multi-platinum success in the classical crossover and world music genres during the past decade.

Learn more here.

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