Brooklyn residents keep St. Patrick's Day celebrations going

A sea of green continues to descend on Park Slope as Brooklyn residents keep the St. Patrick's Day celebration going for a second day.

On Saturday, the Irish Haven Pub hosted local residents who came out to eat traditional Irish food, practice their stepdancing and have a few drinks.

Children in the borough also celebrated the holiday this weekend at the Brooklyn Children's Museum, where they learned about special Irish traditions.

However, the fun wasn't limited to Saturday. Today, the Irish-American parade is being held in Park Slope, and is expected to draw hundreds of people.

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