St. Patrick’s Day is an Irish cultural/religious celebration, and because of this you just never know what to expect. Here is what may happen to you this St. Patrick’s Day,
Saturday the 17th.
Aries (March 21-April 19) You’ll go to an amusement park.
It’s never been a secret that you love amusement parks. You love thrills, to go fast, for wind to run its fingers through your hair and push your head back. You love to feel like you’re flying, like you’re a free bird able to soar across the sky. Only roller coasters allow you to feel this sense of euphoria that you crave. You jump inside the biggest and longest coaster in the park, giddy with excitement. As it rushes to the top, it slows down, as expected, but instead of getting faster once …show more content…
You don’t want people to ask you to go anywhere, you don’t want to watch people act dumb, you don’t want to eat unhealthy food, you don’t want to be forced into awkward small talk with someone as equally uncomfortable squished between a wall and a kissing couple. You just want to relax and not think about the complications that other people have in their lives. You’re stewing in your own frustration until a green flash and a loud bang fill the room, and you find yourself face to face with St. Patrick himself. He gives you a knowing smile and outstretches his hand. You know you’re supposed to take it. You know he’s going to transport you to a better place. You will not have it. To his confusion, you jump off the couch and run into your bathroom, then lock the door. That’ll teach strange men to zap into your living room without …show more content…
Very few people know you have a soft side, not because they’re not paying attention, but because you go through such pains to hide it as well as you do. Nevertheless, you can’t resist baby animals. You escape throngs of people in favor of the countryside, and wind your way through the various pens lingering among the younger animals. When you cut through a large field of wildflowers, a goat bounds up to you right in the middle. You blink at it, he blinks back. His third eye takes you by surprise. He turns around and trots into the impending forest. When you follow, you don’t think of home, and you don’t go
Mardi Gras is a time for people to come together and celebrate a holiday. It 's a day where people can learn about the history of Mardi Gras by going to the parades and contributing to the yearly festivals. Mardi Gras brings whole communities together, for weeks of fun and happiness. Slide 11: Mardi Gras is a treasure for many reasons. Mardi Gras is one of the most celebrated traditions in the world.
Hi, my name is Noorullah. Today, I will be talking about Tim Horton. Raise your hand if you’ve been to Tim Hortons… Now put your hands down. Have you ever wondered why it’s there? Well 59 years ago, Miles Gilbert “Tim” Horton decided to change Canada, making it the country with the top 7 fastest-growing restaurant chains!
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I drew a roller coaster called Gum Drop Forest. The riders will experience crazy loops and turns. At one point the riders are upside down. The height of Gum Drop Forest is three-hundred feet tall. There is six cars that visitors can ride on which weighs one thousand, three hundred twenty-two.
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Good morning, Trust you had a wonderful weekend, hope the screenwriting and projects are coming along. I forgot to mention the film screening Thursday, February 16 on campus. The film, 13th, is a documentary by director Ava DuVernay and makes an impactful connection between the 13th Amendment of the Constitution and the increasingly high rate of mass incarceration in the US, criminalization of African Americans, and privatization of prisons. If you are on campus and can come out the screening begins at 4p and a student-led discussion will follow at 5:45-7p.
People wear masks and costumes, dance,play sports,and have parades. They eat richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season. There are parades and they eat a lot of food before the following day which is “Ash Wednesday” where people fast. Day 11- National Inventors Day-
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The anniversary of Prince’s death on April 21 will be celebrated just like the way the beloved musician lived his life, wild and filled with music. An announcement has been made that in honor of his memory, a festival will be held at Prince’s estate, Paisley Park. The festival will be four days and is being called Celebration. The performers list is full of music legends and people who Prince surrounded himself with. Morris Day and the Time, The Revolution, 3RDEYEGIRL and more are scheduled to perform at the festival, reports the Los Angeles Times.
In the United States every second monday of October people around the country celebrate what is known as Columbus Day. People celebrate in order to remember how great and amazing Christopher was. In school we are taught the basics about him and what he did, but we don't learn everything about him. We learn who he was, where he came from, and what he did, but teachers leave out the horrible and inhumane things he did.
The operator then repeated the same facts as he did the last group. “You will first take a 30 second ride up to the top of the 230 tower. Then, suspended at the top, you will be dropped at speeds of 70 miles per hour. Enjoy you ride on the Superman: Tower of Power!” The ride then roared to life as we slowly began the climb to the top of the
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March 6th, marked the day on which the Allied Union Club of Queens, held its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The Allied Club is celebrating its 84th year and over 40 years of hosting this joyous event. Many were in attendance to honor this year’s “Man of the Year”, John Baker. Among the attendees, were over 30 honored guests of Local 3, including Business Manager Christopher Erikson, President John E. Marchell, and Queens Representative James Bua.