1) Contact your local radio stations by late February and ask them to play Welsh music and relay "Happy St. David's Day" messages to the Welsh in your area on March 1st. There is plenty of music by Welsh artists that are readily available on most radio stations play lists. If it is a rock/pop station ask for Duffy, The Stereophonics, The Manic Street Preachers, Jem, Catatonia, or Tom Jones, if it is a classical station, you might try asking for Bryn Terfel, Charlotte Church, Paul Potts, Katherine Jenkins or Karl Jenkins.
2) Email a 'Happy Saint David's Day/ Dydd Gwyl Dewi Hapus' message to your friends and family.
3) Wear a daffodil, a leek, or something red on March 1st.
4) Attend a St. David's day event sponsored by your local Welsh society; there are hundreds across North America to choose from.
5) If there are no Welsh groups nearby, hold a St. David's day dinner at your home or request your local pub to stock:
Welsh beer (e.g. Tomos Watkins of Felinfoel)Welsh whiskey (e.g. Penderyn)
Welsh-American Whiskey (e.g. Evan Williams)
Welsh-American wine or cider (e.g. Cambria wines from California, AmByth wines from California, Gales cider from the Thomas Family winery in Madison, Indiana)
or ask them to have a special on Red Dragon Cocktails (ingredients below)
1 measure Gin1 measure Vodka1 measure Triple Sec or Cointreau