Saint Patrick’s charity event and Celtfest in Puerto Vallarta

Murphy’s Irish Pub on the Malecón is hosting there annual Pre Saint Patrick’s charity event and Celtfest on Wednesday March 14th.

Pre St. Patrick’s Charity Event, will be held from Noon to 3 pm and the pub will be offering a $250 pesos ALL YOU CAN EAT Buffett – Corned Beef N Cabbage, Guinness Stew, Fish N Chips, Mashed Potatoes, and Garden Salad.

There will also be a Donation Raffle of Patron Tequila & 50-50 Drawing from 12-3 pm.

Entertainment: The Clan Macnaughton Pipe Band (Edmonton, Alberta) and Larry Foley (Traditional Pub Musician from St.John’s Newfoundland).

Noon to 12:15 – Clan Macnaughton Pipe Band.
12:15 to 3 pm – Larry Foley.

‘Vallarta Celtfest,’ a live music celebration set to be held on the Malecón, across from Murphy’s and next to El Faro, on Wednesday, March 14 from 4-7 pm.

There is no cost to attend event on the Malecon but voluntary charitable donations will be accepted.

$250 pesos ALL YOU CAN EAT Buffett – Corned Beef N Cabbage, Guinness Stew, Fish N Chips and Mashed Potatoes, will also be available at Murphy’s Irish Pub during Celtfest.

Proceeds from these events will benefit the Playground in Vista Hermosa and Projecto Busca un Amigo a day care center for Handicap Children located in Pitial and the Jay Sadler Project.

Vallarta Celtfest line-up of entertainment:
3:50 pm to 4:10 pm– The Clan Macnaughton Pipe Band start their march from Mc Donald’s on the Malecon and proceed to march to the stage next to the lighthouse (El Faro) across from Murphy Irish Pub.
4:15 pm to 5:25 pm – Larry Foley and Daniel Oliveros
5:30 pm to 5:45pm- Clan Macnaughton Pipe Band
5:55 pm to 7 pm – La Trez Cuartoz Celtic Rock Band

Murphy’s Irish Pub is located at Morelos 484, in downtown Puerto Vallarta.

For more information contact Dennis Rike of the Jay Sadler Project at [email protected] or 322-138-8891

The Jay Sadler project Community Relations (COMREL) program provides necessary resources to improve various charities and non-profit institutions in the Banderas Bay area. www.jaysadlerproject.com