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The Regal Beagle St. Paddy’s tradition lives on in Upper Pontiac

by Camilla Faragalli
Chichester
Mar. 17, 2024
A sea of green filled Chichester’s Regal Beagle bar on Sunday afternoon for the watering hole’s annual St. Patrick’s Day event.
The lively crowd that grew throughout the afternoon laughed, sang and danced along as local band Adam’s Buoys filled the venue with a vast array of toe-tapping Irish tunes.
“We’re playing Irish traditional music, songs that we learnt over the years playing this event,” band lead Andrew Jones told THE EQUITY, adding that it’s the group’s seventh time playing the bar for St. Patrick’s Day.
“Lots of family and friends are here today [. . .] it’s just a tradition,” he said, explaining that the name of the band is derived from the family name (Adam) of several of its members, himself included, who are cousins.
George Picard, owner of the bar, said the . . .

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