Pub Crawl begins St. Patrick’s activities in city of Pittston

Three buses of pub crawlers, including members of the Wyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band along with founding member Butch Modzelewski, right, horned hat enter the Knights of Columbus on Main Street, Pittston. - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
A driving rain didn’t stop members of the Wyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band from marching from the Knights of Columbus to The Tomato Bar on during the Pub Crawl on Feb. 24. - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
Wyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band member Bernadette Jespersen had a great time during the Pub Crawl starting the St. Patrick’s Day activities in Pittston. - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
Having a good time at The Tomato Bar during the Pub Crawl are, seated, Bobby Holl. From left, standing, Donald Shea, Mckenzee Zalewski, Jamie Shea, Tracy Calomino, John Calomino. Back row: Paul Holl, Greg Holl, Cheryl Shea. - - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
Irish Step Dancer Breana Canell, of Exeter, currently ranked 10th in the world in step dancing, entertains the audiences in all the bars participating in the Pub Crawl. - - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

PITTSTON — Despite a driving rain, hundreds came out to enjoy the Pub Crawl, the official opening of St. Patrick’s activities in the city. Accompanied by members of the Wyoming Valley Pipe and Drum Band, party-goers started the evening at the Susquehanna Brewing Company, then made their way to the Pittston Knights of Columbus, The Tomato Bar, the Red Mill before ending the night at Brews Brothers.

Three buses of pub crawlers, including members of the Wyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band along with founding member Butch Modzelewski, right, horned hat enter the Knights of Columbus on Main Street, Pittston.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_Pub-Crawl-1.jpgThree buses of pub crawlers, including members of the Wyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band along with founding member Butch Modzelewski, right, horned hat enter the Knights of Columbus on Main Street, Pittston. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

A driving rain didn’t stop members of the Wyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band from marching from the Knights of Columbus to The Tomato Bar on during the Pub Crawl on Feb. 24.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_Pub-Crawl-2.jpgA driving rain didn’t stop members of the Wyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band from marching from the Knights of Columbus to The Tomato Bar on during the Pub Crawl on Feb. 24. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

Wyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band member Bernadette Jespersen had a great time during the Pub Crawl starting the St. Patrick’s Day activities in Pittston.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_Pub-Crawl-3.jpgWyoming Valley Pipe & Drum Band member Bernadette Jespersen had a great time during the Pub Crawl starting the St. Patrick’s Day activities in Pittston. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

Having a good time at The Tomato Bar during the Pub Crawl are, seated, Bobby Holl. From left, standing, Donald Shea, Mckenzee Zalewski, Jamie Shea, Tracy Calomino, John Calomino. Back row: Paul Holl, Greg Holl, Cheryl Shea.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_Pub-Crawl-4.jpgHaving a good time at The Tomato Bar during the Pub Crawl are, seated, Bobby Holl. From left, standing, Donald Shea, Mckenzee Zalewski, Jamie Shea, Tracy Calomino, John Calomino. Back row: Paul Holl, Greg Holl, Cheryl Shea. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

Irish Step Dancer Breana Canell, of Exeter, currently ranked 10th in the world in step dancing, entertains the audiences in all the bars participating in the Pub Crawl.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_Pub-Crawl-5.jpgIrish Step Dancer Breana Canell, of Exeter, currently ranked 10th in the world in step dancing, entertains the audiences in all the bars participating in the Pub Crawl. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch