This is the only one with the word "Lucky" in the title. I don't have the full board game, just this little card game, but it is a fun game full of murderous intentions and friendly backstabbing.
March of the Ants
Okay, yes, we are already grasping at straws here. Not a lot of Irish stuff on the shelves. But I chose this one because it hash"March" in the title, it is one of my newer games and I am really enjoying it! I purchased it used and think it was a Kickstarter game. Easy rules, with instructions on all the cards that explain what to do, which I love! Lots of different strategies to try to win. Is it spring themed? Sure, why not ;)
Bring Your Own Book
I thought this could be a fun one if you happen to have some Irish/spring books on your bookshelves. This is an easy Cards Against Humanity style party game. Someone draws a card that asks for an answer, and do you have to quickly have to quickly paw through the book you've chosen to play with, then you all laugh and pick the best one :) I'm a little over those types of games, but with a new crowd, they are always fun. This one tends to get more tedious, so we never play it as long as it suggests we do.
Wait, what is spring themed about this one? Well you're going around planting trees! Starting new life! What could be more Earth-/Arbor-Day-ish? It also happens to be one of my favorite games. The cards make it interesting and force you to change up your strategy each time you play.
Catan British Isles
Ah, there we go! Ireland on the map! This one requires the Seafarers Expansion and possibly some labels that you make yourself. But it certainly fulfills my St. Patrick's Day needs. Maybe you can change the robber into snakes that you have to drive out of your territory ;)
Again, a game in keeping with the tree planting theme of spring and Earth Day and Arbor Day. This is a fun and easy one that is made for a younger crowd, but is actually pretty tricky to master and I enjoy playing it with a table full of adults. And, let's face it, it's a beautiful game.
What are you playing at your spring party? Let us know in the comments!