Saint Patrick's Day Puzzle



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March 17 is the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland. The event is celebrated in many places in the world, mainly in bars and restaurants.

What day is Saint Patrick's day in 2020? 
UIn 2020 St. Patrick's Day on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.

For the next years, the following dates St Patricks day will be held:
  • St Patricksday in 2021 is on: Wednesday March 17, 2021
  • St Patricksday in 2022 is on: Thursday March 17, 2022
  • St Patricksday in 2023 is on: Friday March 17, 2023
  • St Patricksday in 2024 is on: Sunday March 17, 2024
  • St Patricksday in 2025 is on: Monday March 17, 2025
  • St Patricksday in 2026 is on: Tuesday March 17, 2026
  • St Patricksday in 2027 is on: Wednesday March 17, 2027
  • St Patricksday in 2028 is on: Thursday March 17, 2028
  • St Patricksday in 2029 is on: Friday March 17, 2029

Saint Patrick's Day, or also commonly known as: 'the Feast of Saint Patrick', is a cultural and religious celebration that started in Ireland and always held on the 17th of March. For this special day, it's nice to make a St Patricks day puzzle with your friends or family. It is the perfect choice for those who work hard, to take some time off and relax. Put your feet up, it's puzzle time!

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