How “Féile Na Marbh” or ‘Feast of the Dead’ Became Halloween

Head over to The Old Sod in North Park and Mick Ward will explain it all to you over a pint…

That which we know as All Hallows Eve actually began as a harvest festival several millennia ago in Ireland. Though the evening’s popular colors are black and orange, they might as well be Forty Shades of Green, for the customs of the celebration are as Irish as the shamrock.


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