Tuesday June 25th, 2019 9:53AM

Gainesville preparing for two-day St. Patrick's Day celebration

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

Gainesville is rolling out the "green" carpet next weekend for a two-day downtown celebration of St. Patrick's Day.

"St. Patrick's Weekend on the Square" will feature games, entertainment, kids activities, green beer, cocktails, and more from 2:00-6:00 on Sunday, according to a Facebook posting.  Saturday's activities will feature two bands from 4:00-9:00.

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