Know who isn't into green beer and sloppy Kiss-Me-I'm-Irish affection? The people behind the St. Patrick's Day celebration on Monday at Clyde Iron Works.

This event eschews the day's party-hardy personae in favor of something less Irish-gone-Wild. This one is considered family-friendly, even.

St. Patrick's Day-Duluth is billed as a grand celebration of culture and includes music by the Celtic band Ninety to the Dozen and bagpipe player Fred Dudderar.

There will be a grand parade, although not too grand. Organizers are hoping to set a world record for shortest parade route.

Wear green. Obvi.



Go see it

What: St. Patrick's Day-Duluth

When: 6 p.m. Monday

Where: Clyde Iron Works, 2920 W. Michigan St.

Tickets: Free, open to the public