Sunday was the final day to enjoy Erie's Irish Festival outside of St. Patrick's Church on East 4th and French Street.

The theme of the day was an Irish Sunday Fun-Day.

The day's events included learning a jig with the Aine Celtic dancers.

There was also caricature drawings, Irish arts and crafts and a selfie station.

After the fun, people could enjoy lots of Irish foods from reubens, to corned beef, Irish stews, and Shepherd's Pie.

No Irish fest would be complete without enjoying an Irish brew and some Irish soda bread.

Organizers said not only is this a weekend to celebrate the Irish culture, but also raise money for the church.

The Irish fest is held every year in September to mark six months until St. Patrick's Day.