St. Patrick’s Day Tradition Returns To The Chadakoin River Saturday

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JAMESTOWN – An annual St. Patrick’s Day tradition is returning to Jamestown this weekend.

City leaders announced on Tuesday they plan to turn the Chadakoin River green in honor of the holiday on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Festivities will take place along the Jamestown Riverwalk at Main Street, near the Blarney Stone.

The Board of Public Utilities, with assistance from a local Leprechaun, will dye the river.

Celtic music will be playing, which officials say will add to the Irish festivities.


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