Family-Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Events in the Triangle: 2021
From scavenger hunts to cooking classes
Shamrocks and Shenanigans at Pullen Park
520 Ashe Ave., Raleigh
Any day between March 15-21, you can head to Pullen Park with the family to take part in a scavenger hunt. Just head to the Pullen Amusements ticket office to pick up materials to get started. If you turn in the final clue, you get a “gold prize.”
St. Patrick’s Day with Goats
Spring Haven Farm, 5306 Homer Ruffin Rd., Chapel Hill
The farm is also hosting a scavenger hunt March 10-21 (10 a.m.-6 p.m.), with 10 items hidden all over the property. You get a gold chocolate coin for turning in your final sheet. All of the farm’s animals, of course, add an extra layer of cuteness to the proceedings. Concessions with holiday-specific treats are also available. Tickets run $13.50.
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration! Kids Day Out!
1128 Parkside Main St., Cary
Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios offers a family-friendly St. Patrick’s Day experience on Saturday, March 13, at 2 p.m.. “We’ll create Rainbow Pasta, Rainbow Cupcakes with Cloud Fluff Icing and Shamrock Smoothies filled with sneaky healthy yumminess!” Tickets run $39 per person.
Taste of Foodtrucks St. Patrick’s Day Edition
Ravenstone Lane, Durham, NC
On Sunday, March 14, a slew of food trucks set up on Ravenstone Lane in Durham to celebrate the holiday, between 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Among the food trucks on the bill: Tacos Mama Chava, Don Murray’s Barbecue 2 Go, Levy’s Jerkstand, and Magnificent Concessions, with beer served by Gravity Untapped and live music.