Tuscaloosa may not be home to the Alabama Leprechaun, but there is still plenty of fun to be had on St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Tuscaloosa’s new professional basketball team -the Tuscaloosa Titans- debuts in an exhibition game vs. TPD, and will be a great family-friendly time. You will also be able to find your four-leaf clover at everyone’s favorite Irish pub, Innisfree, and at Druid City Brewing. Don’t forget to @ us at @VisitTuscaloosa on your social media when you are out enjoying this nice spring weekend. We may feature your post on Instagram.
Tuscaloosa Titans vs TPD
Tuscaloosa’s is getting its first professional basketball team! The Tuscaloosa Titans will take on the Tuscaloosa Police Department in an exhibition basketball game this Saturday at 3:00 p.m. Admission is only $5, and kids under 10 get in free, with free pizza for the kids! There will be an opportunity to meet the team before the game beginning at 2:00 p.m. This is a great opportunity to get to know Ttown’s newest sports squad and have family-friendly fun. The game will take place at the P.A.L. Gym at Mckenzie Court.
St. Patrick’s Day at CHOM
The search for shamrocks is on at the Children’s Hands-On Museum this Saturday, March 17, 2018, from 10am-4pm. Search the museum for lucky Shamrock Coins all day, and trade coins for prizes in the Lucky Leprechaun Shoppe! Your child will have a blast celebrating St. Patrick’s Day CHOM style.
St. Patrick’s Day at Innisfree
Looking for your four-leaf clover this weekend? Innisfree will open at 7 a.m. on St Patrick’s day for the 20th annual St. Patrick’s Day Party. Enjoy a free breakfast, a special green beer, live music, and giveaways from Jamison and Gunniess all day long as the community celebrates anything and everything Irish. Throw on some green and head to the ‘free for Tuscaloosa’s biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebration!
Underhill Family Orchestra at Druid City Brewing
This Saturday The Underhill Family Orchestra and Mark “Porkchop” Holder & MPH will be live “on stage” at Druid City Brewing Co. at 8 p.m. Come out, grab a local beer, and celebrate the holiday with these two incredible bands. “Underhill” is an Americana, roots-rock and Southern Gothic sounding band from Mobile. MPH just released their second album “Death and the Blues” and are currently on a country-wide tour. They won’t be back for a while, so now is your chance to experience their brand of blues rock. Don’t miss out!