Spring has finally sprung, the sun is shining (at least for now), the birds are chirping and we’re ready to get this weekend underway. Rain is expected, but we won’t let it damper our spirits, rain or shine there is too much fun to be had. With tons of fun events to get your IRISH on this weekend, we decided to cheated a little and include our GUIDE to getting your IRISH on this weekend (as one event) as well as a slew of other Happening events for Friday, March 13th- Sunday, March, 15th. Get out there and have some fun~ NorthDelaWHEREhappening.com has the most happening events for adults, families and kids to fill up your weekend. This is just a taste of what’s happening, check out the rest of this weekend’s happening events and weeks ahead on NorthDelaWHEREHappening’s sortable calendar of events.
Here are our top 10 picks for WHAT’s Happening & WHERE this weekend in North Delaware!
Come cheer on these incredible North Delaware ladies! 2015 Girls Basketball High School State Tournament Final Round~ #1 Delaware Ranked Ursuline Raiders (22-1) also ranked #13 nationally by USA Today shoot for the 15th Delaware state championship title versus #2 Delaware ranked Caravel AcademyBucaneers(17-7). See more, here… Girls Basketball HS State Tournament Finals 2015
Sugarhill Inc. hosts, St. Pat’s Day Old school dance party featuring music from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and top 40. The event is held at Christiana Fire Hall with DJ, dancing, buffet and non-alcoholic beverages are included. See more, here…St. Pats Old School Party 70’s-80’s- 90’s & Top 40
Infusing you with everything Green & Lucky, your 2015 Happening Guide to Get ‘Yer GREEN ON in North Delaware. The spirit of the Irish is indeed in the air– green beer, Celtic parades and music, traditional Irish cuisine, music and more. Here are some of our favorite 2015 GREEN picks for the Luck of the Irish this weekend. See more, here…It’s ‘Yer Lucky Day! 2015 St. Patricks Day Guide
Spend the day in Hockessin, check out the shops, grab a bite, meet some interesting people, enjoy some Irish Music and above all else support your local business owners. See more, here…Second Saturday Hockessin
Imagine that Deep Purple and Sly and the Family Stone had a love child that grew up in New Orleans listening to Ray Charles, Black Sabbath and Booker T. That love child would be the Sugar Free Allstars. See more, here…Sugar-Free Allstars
DHA’s 9th Annual Muttini Mixer
This fun event is a great opportunity for guests and their dogs to mix and mingle with other DHA supporters and animal lovers while enjoying heavy hors d’oeuvres and food stations, open bar for beer/wine/soft drinks, silent auction items, music, and more. See more, here…DHA’s 9th Annual Muttini Mixer
Pi Day is celebratedworld-wide every year on 3.14 (March 14th). YES, hard to believe there is an entire day dedicated to Pi (Greek letter “π”), a mathematical symbol that represents a constant. Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Do you get it? That makes this Pi day 3.14.15 the ultimate, once in a lifetime Pi Day. See more, here…The Ultimate Pi Day ~ Cross Over to the Nerd Side
All the characters you know and love return in a new musical adaptation of Patchwork Girl of Oz, the beloved sequel to The Wizard of Oz. Dorothy, Tin Man, Lion and Scarecrow are joined by two wonderful new heroines: Ojo, a loveable munchkin, and Scraps, her rag doll come to life. See more, here…Welcome Back to Oz ~Dorothy Meets the Patchwork Girl
The weekend long DFVA Spring Art Show which, marks its 16th year. An impressive group of over 60 professional artists from the Brandywine area will exhibit and sell original new works of art created for this event. See more, here…DFVA Spring Art Show
“Hilarious”, “Intelligent”, “Provocative”, “Scorching” all describe Robert Dubac’s new solo show THE BOOK OF MORON!Dubac buckles you up for a fast-paced joy ride over the pot-holed highways of cultural hypocrisy. Riding shotgun with intelligence and absurdity he crashes head first into the barriers of sex, race, religion, politics and the media. See more, here…Robert Dubac’s The Book of Moron