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March 05, 2016
The Kings Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade is held on the first Saturday of March every year. The parade was founded in 2011 by Kevin “The Professor” Denis, the owner of Professor’s Diner in Kings Park, New York and celebrates the Irish cultural roots of Kings Parkers. The parade features numerous bagpipe bands, floats, hundreds of marching community organizations and a tribute to a Grand Marshal who has made great contributions to the Kings Park Community. The parade steps off at the corner of Lou Avenue and Pulaski Road, continues down Main Street, turns onto Church Street, and ends down Old Dock Road at the William T. Rogers Middle School.
March 06, 2016
Starting behind the old courthouse just south of Old Country Road.
March 08, 2016
March 12, 2016
The parade starts on Mill Road and Oneck Lane between the schools at 12 Noon sharp and moves down Mill Road - thru the Six Corners Roundabout -and down to Main Street.
March 13, 2016
March 19, 2016
48th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. This year we are honoring Edward "Mickey" Tull Jr. as our Grand Marshall. Clarke St. & Washington Ave. to Ross Memorial Park
Starts at the Hampton Bays Elementary School on Ponquogue Ave. to Montauk Highway and west to the reviewing stand and ending in the Hampton Atrium parking lot.
Race @ 9:55 AM
Parade at 10 AM
Come join us as this Year's Grand Marshall, Father Francis Pizzarelli, leads the 20th Annual Patchogue Saint Patrick's Day Parade down Main St.
This Year's Parade theme: HOPE HOUSE HELPERS MAKE HOPE SPRING ETERNAL
Bagpipes, floats, marching units and more!
Village of Patchogue Parks and Recreation Department: 631-475-4302
March 20, 2016
The Glen Cove St. Patrick’s Day Parade forms behind the Finley Middle School, Forest Avenue. The Parade moves from the designated formation areas around the Finley Middle School and into Forest Avenue south of Dosoris Lane. It then follows Brewster Street to School Street. From there it moves into Glen Street. It then follows Glen Street to the end of Parade Route at St. Patrick’s Church, which is located at the corner of Glen Street and Pearsall Avenue.