If you couldn't make it to Ireland for St. Patrick's Day, Central Georgia offered its own substitute.
The city of Dublin has been celebrating the holiday all month but on Saturday they went all out. After the St. Patrick's Day parade people flocked to the days other events. Some of those included thrilling rides, festival foods, and an arts and crafts festival.
"I love how everybody gets excited about getting together, and all the good stuff to eat, and all the neat arts and crafts," said Shelley Baumann.
Other who came out said it was the kind of event you didn't want to miss.
"Different vendors brought different things and those items are unique and that's what I love about it," said Bijal Patel.