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Niagara Falls to be Illuminated Green in Celebration of St. Patrick’s Day

The world-renown Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls, illuminated in green lights for St. Patrick’s Day. file photo courtesy of the Niagara Parks Commission

A Message from the Niagara Parks Commission in Ontario and the Niagara Falls Illumination Board

Posted March 16th, 2021 on Niagara At Large

Niagara Falls, Ontario and New York – The Niagara Falls Illumination Board will be illuminating both the Canadian Horseshoe and American Falls in green for 15-minutes at the top each hour, beginning at 8:00pm this Wednesday, March 17th  in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.

The illumination is carried out each year on March 17th as part of Tourism Ireland’s “Global Greening” initiative which sees hundreds of iconic landmarks from around the world lit in green to mark the occasion.

The Niagara Falls Illumination board asks that everyone celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day responsibly and continue to follow the guidance of our public health officials related to travel and gatherings. Niagara Parks’ public facing operations remain closed at this time.

One of North America’s largest St. Patrick’s Day Parades, in Buffalo, New York, was cancelled for the second year in a row this year for safety reasons, due to COVID- 19. File photo by Doug Draper

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