Coming Up This Week: Color Runs, Hunting-Tonys, Gay Pride


The Hunting-Tonys ceremony will recognized Huntington theater students for their school performances Monday night at the Paramount. The annual awards ceremony will be hosted by Town Council members Theresa Mari and Dr. Dave Bennardo, with awards in a large varierty of categories, in a ceremony that begins at 7 p.m.

The Huntington Board of Education meets at 7:30 p.m., preceded by an executive session. The monthly meeting is the first since the board acceped the resignation of Christian Bowen, who served less than a year.
To watch the meeting online, go here:


Identity theft wil be the topic at Tuesday’s SCPD 2nd precinct community meeting, 7-9 p.m. at the South Huntington Public Library. Suffolk County Police Department 2nd Precinct for the Monthly Community Meeting where Inspector Williams tells us about crime and policing activity in the past month at our Precinct. Learn the statistics on our community’s crime, search warrants executed, investigations, scams, personal safety tips and information about upcoming


Suffolk County Legislator Stephanie Bontempi and the Suffolk County’s Office of Emergency Management will host a workshop on how to prepare for severe weather emergencies,  6 p.m., Northport-East Northport LIbrary on Laurel Ave.

Tropical storm brought down trees on streets and homes around Huntington


The Townwide Fund’s Blooms & Bubbly Gala event is set for Thursday at Oheka Castle. The fundraiser will honor three couples for their contributions.

(Thursday is also the 80th anniversary of the Allied invasion at Normandy that led to the defeat of Nazi Germany.)


Kitchen Grooves, a concert to support the rebuild of the community kitchen at Helping Hand Rescue Mission. The concert will be hosted by Island Christian Church, 400 Elwood Road, East Northport, 7 p.m.


It’s Maritime Day in Northport, featuring the blessing of the fleet, music, vendors, food, and sea-going skills. See the flyer for details.


Also Saturday, John Glenn High School will be the site of two color runs Saturday, starting at 9 a.m., with younger students running at 9 a.m. and ages 11 and up at 10 a.m.


The Long Island Gay Pride parade returns to Huntington on Sunday, with a parade, festival and concert throughout the day. The parade kicks off at noon at the corner of Main Street and Clinton Avenue, marching to Heckscher Park where a festival feature music, food and vendors will continue until 5 p.m. At 5:30 p.m., the Long Island Gay Men’s Chorus will perform at St. John Episcopal Church on Main Street.

Marchers Celebrate With LI Pride Parade


Grand Marshals Named for LI Pride Parade in Huntington

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