March in Paducah
There's so much to celebrate in Paducah this March, from St. Patrick's Day to the 250th anniversary of Beethoven to National Quilting Month. March also marks the start of spring and the season re-opening of two favorite cultural attractions, the William Clark Market House Museum, March 7, and the Paducah Railroad Museum, March 14. This is your guide to special events and things to do this month in Paducah, Kentucky!
Things to Do in March
Save the date for the St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl, an afternoon of festive fun at participating venues in Downtown and Midtown Paducah, featuring "crawler only" menus and connected by a trolley loop.
Other can't-miss performances this month include Parker Millsap with Nightingale at the 1857 and The Passing Zone at Clemens Fine Arts Center and Native Gardens at Market House Theatre. The Carson Center features Waitress, comedian Ron White, First Stages performances of Baby Shark LIVE, Llama Llama LIVE and more.
National Quilting Month at the National Quilt Museum brings the debut of the famous Rita's Quilt along with the official National Quilting Day kick-off and exciting exhibitions including the premiere of Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA): Musica! Explore the quilt and fabric shops of Quilt City USA®, participate in Paper Pieces' Beyond the Basics of English Paper Piecing: Retreat with Karen Styles or reference our 10 Ways to Celebrate Quilting inspiration guide to create your own quilting day or getaway.