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St. Patrick's Day 2019: Parades on Long Island

If you love a parade, then you've got to love St. Patrick's Day on Long Island. And you don't have to be Irish to join in the fun at the many parades happening in our streets during March. Expect to see pipe-and-drum bands, step dancers and a contingent of politicians who'll be shaking hands with the crowds lined up along the streets of Nassau and Suffolk to cheer everyone on.

Firefighters take to the streets at the 28th

Firefighters take to the streets at the 28th annual Bethpage St. Patrick's Day Parade on March 3. Credit: Jennifer A. Uihlein

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  • Rockville Centre St. Patrick's Day Parade

    Parade steps off at Long Beach Road and Maple Avenue, continues along Maple Avenue ending on North Village and Quealy Place. Grand Marshal is Ellen White

  • Huntington St. Patrick's Day Parade

    The parade route will start just north of the Huntington train station along New York Avenue before turning west onto Main Street ending at the Church of St. Patrick, Grand Marshal is Gerard Asher

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  • Brentwood St. Patrick's Day Parade

    Steps off at intersection of Washington Avenue and Clarke Street and continues south and ends at Ross Memorial Park on Brentwood Road. Grand Marshall is Edwin D. Callaghan.

  • Montauk St. Patrick's Day Parade

    The parade runs up Edgemere Street and then turns on to Main Street and finishes at the end of Main Street by the IGA and will feature floats, bands, fire departments, antique cars and more. Grand Marshal is Charlie Morici Sr.