It was shamrocks, pots o' gold, and the luck of the Irish filling Dublin's mall Tuesday night.
Kids between six months and two years old competed to be the next 'Littlest Leprechaun'.
More than 50 children signed up for this year's event, which is the biggest turnout since the competition began. The competition raises money for Dublin's Advocates for Alzheimers, by off-setting costs to those who must utilize the Alzheimer's facility.
The Little Leprechauns were judged according to their costume, a cuteness factor, and how well they interact on stage.
This is one of many events the city of Dublin sponsors each year to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. For a complete list of events, click here.