Some prominent pieces of Vancouver’s skyline will go green on Wednesday night to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
BC Place, the Sails of Light at Canada Place, the Biodel Conservatory, and the Vancouver Convention Centre will all be glowing to mark the occasion.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! BC Place will glow green today in celebration ☘️💚 While #StPatricksDay festivities may look different this year, @CelticFestVan is offering a ton of fun virtual events to celebrate the occasion! Learn more at https://t.co/itEEjDYhEp #CelticFestVancouver pic.twitter.com/s690N7FZvJ
— BC Place (@bcplace) March 17, 2021
They’re just some of the many landmarks that are going green this St. Patrick’s Day. Other notable Canadian spots that are doing the same include Mac the Moose in Saskatchewan, Calgary Tower in Alberta, Niagara Falls in Ontario, and the CN Tower and City Hall in Toronto.
— Canada Place (@CanadaPlace) March 17, 2021
Additionally, more than 50 countries worldwide have joined in on the fun, lighting up their own iconic landmarks.
🍀Happy St. Patrick's Day! We will be lighting up green this evening along with other landmarks across the globe for @TourismIreland 's #GlobalGreening!#HappyStPatricksDay @GoToIrelandCA @Media_IrelandCA pic.twitter.com/aecjfHU40u
— bloedelconserv (@BloedelConserv) March 17, 2021
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— Vancouver Convention Centre (@VanConventions) March 17, 2021