Are you and your community planning something big for March 17, 2019? We want to hear all your St. Patrick’s Day news.

Everyone’s a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, right?! No matter where you are in the world March is a time to celebrate Irishness and IrishCentral wants to hear all about it. From Tokyo to San Diego, from Berlin to Kinsale we want to hear how St. Patrick’s Day is being celebrated.

Is your community is doing some great work for charity in the run-up to March 17? Perhaps there’s a member of your community who you’d like to celebrate? Or perhaps you’ve amazing videos and photos from previous St. Patrick’s Day events that you feel the IrishCentral community should see?

IrishCentral is the largest digital platform for the Irish and people with an affinity to Ireland to explore and celebrate all things relevant Irish. We’re proud to bring the best in Irish news, opinion, travel, history, entertainment, genealogy, and good old craic (fun, that is!) to our audience of 2.2 million monthly readers and counting and we want to share your news.

What we’re looking for?

- Community news

- Charity events

- St. Patrick’s Day parade news

- Travel stories

- Historic tidbits

- Fun videos and photos

How to share your news

- Facebook

IrishCentral has set up a new Facebook group, St. Patrick's Day Celebrations 2019, where those who join can share their photos, videos and more with IrishCentral.

In the run-up to St. Patrick’s Day we plan on compiling updates for the 2.2 million strong monthly readers with updates about what’s happening on March 17.

Join the group here.

- Irish Voices

IrishCentral has established a contributor’s platform called Irish Voices. This means you can sign up to Irish Voices, upload your own articles to be reviewed by IrishCentral’s Editors and then posted to our global audience.

We want to hear from our audience and for you to add your voice to IrishCentral’s community of writers, influencers, and storytellers.

Read more about Irish Voices and sign up here.

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