On a beautiful afternoon Saturday, hundreds of revelers lined Main Road decked out in green to celebrate the 15th annual Cutchogue St. Patrick’s Day parade.
The parade was hosted by the North Fork Chamber of Commerce and the Cutchogue Fire Department. Longtime Chamber of Commerce members Linda Carlson and Cutchogue Fire Department member Jim Fogarty Sr. served as the grand marshals. (more…)
Hundreds of people lined Main Road in Cutchogue Saturday afternoon for the 14th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. (more…)
The 14th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will kick off Saturday, March 10, at 2 p.m. hosted by the North Fork Chamber of Commerce. This year, Paul Connor, CEO and president of Eastern Long Island Hospital, will serve as the grand marshal. READ
Friends and families bundled up for the North Fork Chamber of Commerce and Cutchogue Fire Department’s 13th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Cutchogue Saturday afternoon.
St. Patrick’s Day is only two weeks away and there are plenty of parades, parties and even a pub crawl to get you in the spirit this month. READ
The 13th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Cutchogue kicks off at 2 p.m. Saturday. George Sullivan of Southold, who has served as the town’s receiver of taxes for more than two decades, will be this year’s grand marshal. (more…)
Many people use the term March Madness and I’m never sure whether they’re referring to the NCAA basketball tournament or the excitement brought forth by St. Patrick’s Day, with its parades and general good will. We were in Savannah and were amazed at the size of its parade. We soon learned that it’s the second biggest one in America. In Georgia. Who knew? 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
Ettore Pennachia, left, with son Brian in 2011, has been named Grand Marshal of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. (Credit: Suffolk Times, file)
Ettore Pennachia never imagined he would someday be named grand marshal of the Cutchogue St. Patrick’s Day parade.
“It was a total surprise,” Mr. Pennacchia said. “I’m as Italian as they get.” (more…)
A March pub crawl will raise money for the East end Emerald Society, which hosts the Jamesport St. Patrick’s Day parade. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder file photo)
Bust out your shamrock-adorned T-shirts and polyester red beards — a St. Patrick’s Day-themed pub crawl is coming to Riverhead.
Piggybacking on the success of the Santacon pub crawl in December, the event, dubbed “The March of the Leprechauns,” will raise money for the homeless outreach group Maureen’s Haven and the East End Emerald Society. The latter is raising funds to pay for pipe and drum bands in the Jamesport St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Read more about the event on northforker.com.