Friday, March 15th, 6P-10P on Colley Avenue in Ghent. Be there!
Shamrockin’ in Ghent
Ah, St. Patrick’s Day. It’s a day full of green, horrible attempts at a foreign accent, superstitions, and–for those of legal drinking age–maybe even some festive libations. If you’re lucky enough to live in Hampton Roads, St. Patrick’s Day also means it’s time for Hope House Foundation’s annual block party event—Shamrockin’ in Ghent!
Join Hope House, your neighbors, and maybe even some leprechauns as we celebrate Ireland at Shamrockin’ in Ghent! It all goes down on Friday, March 15, 2013. So, break out your green clothing, shamrocks, fake accents, and pint glasses and let’s party! It all gets started at 6:00pm and goes until 10:00pm on Colley Avenue between Shirley and Gates Streets in Ghent. In addition to live music by the Glasgow Kiss, and winners of Veer Magazine’s 2012 Local Music Award for Best Cover Band The Deloreans, we will be selling various beverages as well as food courtesy of Belmont House of Smoke.
This event is free and open to the public. And, best of all, Shamrockin’ in Ghent benefits Hope House Foundation!
So, grab your family, grab your friends—heck, you can even grab your pot o’ gold—and come out to Shamrockin’ in Ghent!
Hope House Foundation is a local non-profit and is the only organization in Virginia that supports adults with developmental disabilities exclusively in their own homes. Learn more about Hope House at www.hope-house.org or by calling 757-625-6161.