La Jolla Church to host St. Paddy’s party

Mary, Star of the Sea invites the community to its first St. Patrick’s Coisir, 6 p.m. Saturday, March 16 at the parish hall, 7725 Girard Ave. Tickets: $30 for dinner (catered by Hennessey’s Tavern), one green beer, Irish music and dancing, plus all the blarney you can handle. Cash Bar. Groups welcome. RSVP: (858) 454-2631 by March 13. marystarofthesea@san.rr.com

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