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March 30, 2014

APRIL 6,2014

12:30 PM



PARADE adjourned to April 6, 2014



THE BEST now the very, Very  LAST.

Sponsored for the 18th year by the Cultural Heritage Committee of the Greater Patchogue Foundation a 501c(3) charity. Grand Marshall Patrick Moore (YES he IS too IRISH - 100%) shall lead the parade.


The parade is led by the May the Road rise to Meet Ye 5K Past G.M.s and their entourages will be along the race route screaming Celtic encouragement to the runners.



With a cloud on our date and the rain coming down
Like cats and like dogs our dear pipers might drown.

So off to month April on Sunday the next,
we’ll  need to give Patrick our wishes the best.

Put that on the schedule and know in this town
delay you the Irish, but twon’t keep us down

Tom Keegan at


Rockville Centre March 22,

12 Noon
This year’s Grand Marshal is long-time Rockville Centre resident Sean O’Rourke. Mr. O’Rourke was the oldest of eight (8) children born to Bridget and Thomas O’Rourke in County Galway, Ireland, and came to America in 1971 at the tender age of 19. A mere two (2) years later he had risen to become the President of Division #3 of the Nassau County Ancient Order of Hibernians, making him at that time the youngest Division President in the country. He was honored as Division #3’s Man of the Year in 1980.
Glen Cove

March 23, 2014

1 PM

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.

March 22, 2014

1 PM

This year we are honoring Thomas O’Hara as our Grand Marshall, a long time Brentwood resident and member of our committee. The parade begins at Washington Avenue and Clarke Street, ending on Brentwood Road.
Hampton Bays

March 22, 2014

11 AM

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. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Rocky Point
March 16,

1 PM
The Beginning of the Parade is at: Rt. 25A & Harrison Ave. Miller Place
Goes East along Rt. 25A              
The End of the Parade is at Broadway & Prince Rd. Rocky Point

Route 25A will be closed by Suffolk Police at 12pm Sharp!
Get to your viewing spot early.
East Islip

March 2, 2014

2 PM

East Islip Parade will travel west along Main Street to Irish Lane. Grandstand and bleachers at St. Mary's Church at Main St. and Harrison Ave. Will feature pipe bands, high school bands, fire departments and Hunt School of Irish Dancers. Grand Marshal is Francis "Mac" McFadden.
St. James
March 15, 2014

1 PM
Along Lake Avenue from Woodlawn to Railroad Avenue. Piper bands, marching bands, Scout troops, dance groups, floats, fire trucks, antique cars and more.
Chairperson Kerry Maher at

March 9, 2014

2 PM

Grand Marshal Superviso Ed Romaine leads the parade that begins at the corner of Holbrook Patchogue Road and Portion Road, then goes down Portion and makes a left on Hawkins Ave. From there, the parade route goes to Church Street and stops at the reviewing past just past St. Joseph Church.
March 23, 2014

11:30 AM
The 51st Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade runs up Edgemere Road and then turns on to Main Street passed the reviewing stand on the green, and finishes at the end of Main Street by the IGA. Come early to get a good vantage point to see New York's second largest St. Patrick's Day Parade.

March 16, 2014

11 AM

The parade will begin on Montauk Highway between Snedecor Ave. and Blue Point Ave. 631-681-3801

March 9, 2014


The parade will begin starting on New York Avenue just north of the Huntington train station eventually making its way onto Main Street. The parade will end at St. Patrick's Church.

March 2, 2014

1 PM

Starting behind the old courthouse just south of Old Country Road.
Kings Park

March 1, 2014

12 PM

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 Profesor’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.

Bay Shore

March 8, 2014

2 PM

The Bay Shore Brightwaters St. Patrick's Parade Committee strives to make this parade one of the best on Long Island. The organization raises funds purely to benefit the bands and groups that participate in the parade. It starts 2 PM sharp!
Westhampton Beach

March 15, 2014 12


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.

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631-560-6392, ask for Tim.


March 15, 2014

2 PM

The parade will march from the traffic light at Cox Lane, down Route 25, ending in Cutchogue Village. All local fire departments and civic groups are welcome to participate.
Center Moriches

March 16, 2014

2 PM

The 2014 Center Moriches St Patrick's Day Parade will be held on March 16th with Grand Marshal Gerry Sapanaro, a leader in the chamber of commerce for over 20 years!

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