St. David, known in Welsh “Dewi Sant” is the patron saint of Wales, and is revered by both the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church. The date of his birth is uncertain, with suggestions of a 462-512, but later known for a relatively large amount of information about his life.
The Church celebrates the feast of St. David on March 1 rule, the anniversary of his death in the 589th date of the festival is sometimes, for example, in 2006, was born Feb. 28 Catholics held, and on March 2 members of the Anglican Communion, because first March Ash Wednesday is a day of penance and leave without celebrating the Day of Atonement.
St David’s Day in Wales by the Welsh themselves and expatriate communities around the world, including, of course, celebrated in the United States of America. For example, a parade is helf in Cardiff, made the presentation to the Welsh regiments in the British Army, and generally make the Welsh leek, daffodil, or costumes and social events and businesses are very popular.
An idea of the occasion in schools, as well as an appropriate activity for socialization and community bingo Saint-Marc David. This game is played like normal traditional bingo, except instead of bingo cards are printed with numbers bingo cards 1-75 with words or phrases used in place of Wales.