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2020 St. Patrick's Day parades around Long Island

Carmine, a 3 year old English Bulldog is

Carmine, a 3 year old English Bulldog is dressed up for Wantagh's first St. Patrick's Day parade in 2019. Credit: Jeff Bachner

Irish pride swells on Long Island all month long — but it's largely on hold for now. Many St. Patrick's Day parades scheduled for the weekend of March 14-15 have been canceled. Here's the latest:

CANCELED: Bay Shore-Brightwaters, Bayport-Blue Point, Center Moriches, Cutchogue, Miller Place-Rocky Point, St. James, Wantagh and Westhampton Beach.

Check back for the status of other events:


MARCH 14

AMAGANSETT

Billed as the “world’s shortest parade,” steps off at noon at Saxon Avenue and ends at the Stephen Talkhouse on Main Street; amagansettchamber.org, 516-456-4016.


MARCH 15


FARMINGDALE

Proceeds down Main Street beginning at 1 p.m. from Northside Elementary School to the Village Green; 516-293-9700.

MARCH 21

BRENTWOOD

Steps off at 1 p.m. at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Clarke Street, continues south and ends at Ross Memorial Park on Brentwood Road; facebook.com/brentwoodnystpatricksdayparade.

HAMPTON BAYS

Starts at 11 a.m. at the Hampton Bays Elementary School on Ponquogue Avenue to Montauk Highway, west to the reviewing stand, ending in the Hampton Atrium parking lot. There will be bagpipe bands, floats, Irish dancers and local youth groups; 631-905-6051, hbstpatricksdayparade.com.

ROCKVILLE CENTRE

Steps off at noon at Long Beach Road and Maple Avenue, continues along Maple Avenue ending on North Village and Quealy Place; rvcstpatrick.com.

MARCH 22

MONTAUK

Begins at noon, runs up Edgemere Street, then turns on to Main Street and finishes by the IGA. There will be floats, bands, fire departments, antique cars and more; montaukfriendsoferin.org.

PATCHOGUE

Starts at noon on Route 112 and East Main Street and runs west to the corner of West Avenue and West Main, 631-207-1000, patchoguechamber.com.

RONKONKOMA

Starts at 2 p.m. at the corner of Patchogue-Holbrook and Portion roads, continues to Ronkonkoma Avenue, south on Hawkins Avenue to Church Street and ends at St. Joseph’s Church; ronkonkomaparade.org.

WANTAGH

Starts at 2 p.m. on Wantagh and Beltagh avenues, continues south on Wantagh Avenue and ends at Triangle Park and Railroad Avenue; 516-679-0100, wantaghchamber.wildapricot.org.

MARCH 28

BELLPORT

Begins 11 a.m. at the corner of Station and Head of the Neck roads, down Main Street ending at the Bellport Fire House; 631-438-1713.

JAMESPORT

Kicks off 1 p.m. on Main Road and Washington Avenue, left on Manor Lane ending at the Jamesport Fire Department; 631-461-3884, eastendemeraldsociety.com.

Compiled by Gina Tabarus with Keri Wall-Treudler. A previous version of this story had an incorrect start time for the Bethpage parade.