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St. Paddy's Day at Clyde Iron Works

Updated: 03/17/2014 8:49 AM
Created: 03/17/2014 8:13 AM WDIO.com

"Ninety to the Dozen" dropped by the studio Monday morning to give us a taste of their event tonight! Sue Spencer and Jim Ofsthun, two of the band members, came on to chat with Brittany.

They will be performing at St. Patrick's Day Duluth's celebration at Clyde Iron Works Monday, March 17th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

The event looks to be a loads of fun!  There will be an indoor parade starting at 6:00, and the music runs all night. There are also some great Irish food specials. And it's family friendly!

So wear something green, grab the family, and celebrate being Irish...at least for the day.

You can find more information on the band at ninetytothedozen.com, and information on the event tonight at stpatricksdayduluth.org.

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