St. Patrick's Day parades on Long Island
Irish pride swells on Long Island all month long in March, when St. Patrick's Day parades big and small are held across both counties. Wear your best green and celebrate at these local parades:
Route kicks off at North Railroad and Washington Avenues and ends at the Jamesport firehouse. The 2023 grand marshals are Patrick and Joann Waski; 1 p.m., March 25; free, eastendemeraldsociety.org, 516-732-3672.
Begins at Firemen’s Memorial Park and heads west on Hartford Street to Wellwood Avenue, ending at Lindenhurst Middle School. Bishop Robert J. Brennan is the grand marshal; noon, March 25; free, lindenhurststpatricksparade.org.
The parade kicks off from the municipal parking lot on North Sunrise Highway, makes its way along North Long Beach Road, Maple Avenue, North Park Avenue, Quealy Place and North Village Avenue before ending on Washington Street. Tommy McNicholas is the grand marshal; noon, March 25; free, rvcstpatrick.com.
Route runs up Edgemere Road, then turns onto Main Street past the reviewing stand on the green and finishes at the end of Main Street by the IGA. The grand marshal is Jim Grimes; noon, March 26; free, montaukfriendsoferin.org, 631-668-1578.
The parade will start on Hawkins Avenue at School Street, head south on Hawkins Avenue, ending at Thorne Street. The grand marshal is John McNamara; 2 p.m., March 26; free, ronkonkomaparade.org.
Compiled by Keri Wall-Treudler