Sláinte!

St. Patrick’s Day is this weekend! That means it’s time to pull out all the green you own, put the corned beef, cabbage and potatoes on the stove and get ready to enjoy the many events that are taking place around the Lake of the Ozarks. O’Donnell Law Center has some information you need about the events that are taking place and a little history about St. Patrick’s Day itself. Check it out!


St. Patrick's Water Parade 

Date: March 17th, 2018
Time: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Captain Ron’s Bar & Grill
82 Aloha Lane
Sunrise Beach, MO 65049

The 26th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Water Parade will take place Saturday, March 17.  The parade is a fun day trip on the water and a perfect way to kick off the Spring boating season! This year's route will begin and end at Captain Ron's (34.5 Mile Marker) in Sunrise Beach. Decorate your boat and join the fleet or take a cruise on the Tropic Island or Celebration cruise yachts ($25).  Optional breakfast buffet beginning at 8 am. Boats board at 9:30 am and depart at 10 am.

Lake Ozark St. Patrick's Day Parade 

Date: March 17th, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm
Where: Bagnell Dam Strip
1 Bagnell Dam Blvd.
Lake Ozark, MO 65049

St. Patrick's Day is just around corner and what better way to spend the day than a parade! The Lake of the Ozarks St. Patrick's Day Parade will take place on March 17th, at 1:00 pm on the historic Bagnell Dam Strip at Lake of the Ozarks Missouri. Deck the whole family out in green, grab the lawn chairs and head out to Bagnell Dam Strip for an afternoon of family fun watching the various floats, cars, motorcycles and yes even boats as they make trip along the Strip. And who knows you might even score some candy! Many of the local restaurants along the strip will be offering specials and corned beef and cabbage feasts.

St. Patrick's Short Bus Shuffle

Date: March 17th, 2018
Time: 4:00pm – 2:00 am
Where: Multiple Venues | Sunrise Beach

The 8th Annual Short Bus Shuffle on the West side of the Lake is a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, whether you’re Irish or not. Their safe shuttles will begin running at 4:00 pm on Saturday. Each stop will have live entertainment, drink specials and St. Patrick’s Day festivities. $10 wristband to ride shuttles are available at all locations. Souvenir shirts are also available. Hub location is Captain Ron’s.

Whether you're Irish or not, visitors to Lake of the Ozarks can get a head start on St. Patrick's Day at the 8th Annual St. Patrick's Day Short Bus Shuffle. Ten restaurants and bars will offer live entertainment and St. Patrick's Day food and drink specials. In addition, six West Side lodging establishments will have special rate for shufflers who make reservations in advance. Buses will begin at 4 pm and just $5 gets you a wrist band to participate!



St. Patrick’s Day Party Concert

Date: March 17th, 2018
Time: 8:00 pm – 12:00 am
Where: Horny Toad Entertainment Complex at Camden on the Lake
2359 Bittersweet Rd.
Lake Ozark, MO 65049

Party with Double Down in H. Toad’s Bar & Grill for a free concert and then take advantage of the Camden on the Lake special and get 1 night lodging with breakfast for 2, starting at just $99.

The History Behind St. Patrick’s Day 

St. Patrick’s Day is an observance of the death of St. Patrick, who was the patron saint of Ireland. It originally began as a religious feast day in the 17th century, but it has evolved into a variety of festivals and events across the globe. These festivals celebrate Irish culture and include things like special foods, dancing and music, parades, and of course, a whole lot of green. St. Patrick wasn’t actually Irish. According to History.com here is the history of St. Patrick.
387: Patrick is born – in Britain, not Ireland.

403: At age 16, Patrick is kidnapped and sent to Ireland as a slave.
409: Patrick escapes.
432: Believing he’d been called to spread the word of God, Patrick returns to Ireland.
434 – 435: Patrick sees success converting the Irish to Christianity, reportedly baptizing 12,000 people in a single day near Killala.
Late 400s: St. Patrick dies.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day 

There are many events taking place around the Lake of the Ozarks for St. Patrick’s Day. While it’s a day for fun and great events, there’s a lot of history and culture behind this holiday. O’Donnell Law Center hopes you have a fun and safe St. Patrick’s Day weekend!



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