9 Insurance myths and a pot of gold!
The Costen Insurance Team would like to wish you and yours a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
In addition to the St.Patrick’s Day myths of leprechauns and pots of gold, we thought we would share with you some common insurance myths!
St. Patrick’s Day is both a cultural and religious holiday, celebrated annually on March 17th. The day celebrates Saint Patrick, a missionary and patron saint of Ireland, who died on March 17th in the 5th century. The day also celebrates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland and the heritage and culture of Ireland.
St. Patrick’s Day is a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland, North Ireland, Newfoundland, Labrador, and Montserrat. The day is also widely celebrated throughout the world, especially in England, Scotland, Wales, Canada, the United States, Argentina, Australia, and New Zealand.
Parades and festivals are held in celebration, and many Christians attend Church, with Lenten restrictions on food and drink being lifted for the day. There is also a tradition for those who celebrate to wear green and display shamrocks.
St.Patrick’s Day was made an official Christian feast day in the early 17th century, and in 1903 St. Patrick’s Day became an official public holiday in Ireland.
In Canada, St. Patrick’s Day has been celebrated since 1759, initially by Irish soldiers. The largest and longest running parade in Canada has taken place in Montreal since 1824. The city of Montreal also has a shamrock included in their flag.
We hope your St. Patrick’s Day is full of luck, rainbows, and maybe even a pot of gold!