Arvada

Olde Town runs green

Photos by Shanna Fortier
Posted 3/14/17

Everyone was Irish Saturday, March 11, in Olde Town Arvada.

The annual St. Patrick’s Day street festival featured live stage music, arts and crafts vendors, food and, of course, beer and wine. Ten-year-old Eva Torres showed her Irish spirit …

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Arvada

Olde Town runs green

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Everyone was Irish Saturday, March 11, in Olde Town Arvada.

The annual St. Patrick’s Day street festival featured live stage music, arts and crafts vendors, food and, of course, beer and wine. Ten-year-old Eva Torres showed her Irish spirit dressed as a leprechaun.

“I think that people should celebrate,” she said, holding a handful of gold coins. “I want to be nice by giving people gold coins.”

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