In addition to food and drinks, there will be activities for the whole family at the St. Patrick’s Festival. Submitted photos.

St. Patrick’s Festival returning to Town Center

From staff reports

The 4th annual St. Patrick’s Festival is returning to Beaufort Town Center from noon until 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 19. The event will benefit the Beaufort Area Hospitality Association (BAHA).

Area restaurants and food trucks will be selling food and drinks and there will be live music by Mike Martin and The Beautiful Mess. This family-fun event will have activities for children of all ages, and those young at heart.

“It’s been a crazy couple of years and we are excited to welcome the community back to Beaufort Town Center to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day,” Jenny Sanborn with 303 Associates said in a release. “There are some amazing new activities this year, including a cornhole Tournament, and we’ve brought back some of the previous year-favorites, like the costume contest.”

Though the festival is free and open to the public, to have access to all activities, wristbands can be purchased on site for $5. Only cash is accepted. There is an ATM on site.

Applications are being accepted for food and craft artisan vendors until February 25 and can be found at https://bit.ly/3LKyZNe. There are also sponsorship opportunities available.

Additional information regarding the cornhole Tournament will be available on Beaufort Town Center’s website at https://bit.ly/3rYcxs5.

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