The Southold Town Memorial Day parade in Greenport has been cancelled, according to Southold Town police. READ
Last year, the owner of an Italian restaurant led the Cutchogue St. Patrick’s Day parade. This year, at 2 p.m. Saturday, the role will be filled by a Polish-German priest: Monsignor Joseph Staudt of Sacred Heart Parish. READ
Southold Town held its 375th Anniversary parade Saturday with marchers starting at South Harbor Lane and finishing up at Boisseau Avenue.
The parade featured a wide variety of participants including scouts, first responders and bagpipers. It also featured floats created by local organizations with some marchers dressed in period costume. READ
The celebration isn’t over for Southold Town just yet. In honor of its 375th anniversary, a parade will be held Saturday, Aug. 1. READ
Southold held its annual Fourth of July parade Saturday afternoon and residents decked out in red, white, and blue lined Main Street from Boisseau Avenue all the way to Tucker’s Lane.
Among the marchers were local dignitaries, scout troops, first responders, and a dozen horses and donkeys. (more…)
The Jamesport Fire Department held its 59th annual carnival parade Wednesday night with fire departments from across the East End parading down Main Road. The carnival, which kicked off Tuesday, continues through Saturday. (more…)
Hundreds of pipers, scouts, local organizations and businesses made their way from Cox Lane all the way to Cutchogue Village while crowds lining Main Road cheered them on at Saturday’s Cutchogue St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
A huge crowd turned out for the festivities, which took place under plenty of sunshine.
See more photos from the parade at northforker.com.
The Greenport Fire Department held its 168th annual Washington’s Birthday parade on Saturday afternoon. As light snow fell, fire departments from both Suffolk and Nassau paraded down Front Street to the cheers of a small but enthusiastic crowd.
Joining the firefighters were local politicians, the NJROTC and a pipe band that traveled all the way from Amityville.
Hundreds crowded along Main Road Wednesday evening to watch the annual Jamesport Fire Department parade.
The parade, part of the department’s yearly carnival, featured firefighters and ambulance volunteers from across the North Fork, including departments from Riverhead, Southold, Greenport, Flanders, and Wading River.
The carnival, which offers rides, games, and fried Oreo cookies, will be open through Saturday, concluding with a grand finale fireworks display.[nggallery id=358 template=galleryview]