It's one of my favorite times of the year that we're about to embark on. We just finished the Superbowl, Valentine's Day, Mardi Gras, Spring Break, and Summer. We missed one green little drinking holiday, St. Patrick's Day.

I have stories among Boise's experiences that revolve around St. Patrick's Day. I was told they would close downtown streets and let Idahoans walk with their green beers. This year is somewhat different but The Village at Meridian will begin their big Leprechaun Scavenger Hunt next week.

The Village at Meridian is just a could place to follow on Facebook or Instagram. There is hardly a day that goes by without at least something happening. St. Patrick's Day will fall on Wednesday, March 17. This cool scavenger hunt begins on Monday, March 1.

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There will be 15 Leprechauns spread out and hidden across the Village at Meridian. They could be anywhere! These funny little guys will be doing different things and that could be a hint for you.

  • Clicking Heels
  • Under a rainbow
  • Holding a four-leaf clover
  • Protecting his pot o' gold
  • using a bubble pipe
  • Wearing a black top hat
  • Sporting a black beard
  • Wearing a striped jacket
  • Holding a lucky horseshoe
  • Standing on one foot
  • Waving an Irish flag
  • Holding a mug of green soda
  • Using a cane
  • Missing his hat
  • Doesn't have a beard

Find these little Leprechauns and win some prizes. This might be extra fun for the kids even if you just want them out being productive. The Village at Meridian will keep you busy outdoors with the fountain and now these missing Leprechauns.

There is also a $500 Pot of Gold contest. You can follow the link below to print off the checklist or grab some at the concierge desk.

Happy St. Patrick's Day ☘️

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