Updated: Santa. Dreidels. Music. Meals. More. It’s the Season for Holidays Celebrations

Holiday celebrations are underway, with everything from parades to tree lighting to Christmas teas and music on the schedule. These are just a few of the scheduled events around Huntington. If we’ve missed you and you want to be included in updates, please email us Read More …

Halloweeners Take to Huntington’s Main Street

Trick or treaters of varying ages, sizes and styles took to the streets of Huntington Village Tuesday afternoon to collect candy from downtown merchants. Buzz Lightyear, various Star Trek characters, a town supervisor with an outsized spider on his head, people costumed as firefighters, police, Read More …

MusicFest, Greenlawn Fire Department Fair This Weekend

Music on the water and on the street, food and games, and parades are among this weekend’s major events in Huntington. The Greenlawn Fire Department’s annual fair gets underway Thursday with a parade through downtown Greenlawn, featuring George Kouroutis as grand marshal. On Aug. 1, Read More …

Huntington Manor’s Fire Fair Set for Next Week

The annual Huntington Manor Fire Department’s fair is coming up next week, offering a parade, fireworks and a variety of games and other entertainment. The parade goes off July 19 at 7:30 p.m., heading south on Oakwood Road from Jefferson Primary school to Stimson Middle Read More …

Boats Parade Through Huntington Harbor

A variety of boats decorated for the holidays paraded across Huntington Harbor Friday night. The parade, on a chilly, windy evening, featured vessels with Santa Claus, a Grinch. Chrismas trees, lights and wreaths.  It was sponsored by the Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society. Boats in the Read More …

Turkey Trot, Parades and More Light Up Long Holiday Weekend

The holiday season in Huntington begins in earnest this extended weekend, with turkey trots, Christmas tree lightings, parades and more. On Wednesday, There’s a viewing of  the classic “Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” at 7 p.m. at the South Huntington Library, for cardholders grades 6-12. Thursday morning, Read More …

Greenlawn Firemen’s Fair to Get Underway With Parade

The Greenlawn Firemen’s Fair gets underway Thursday, starting at 7 p.m. with a parade along Broadway to the fairgrounds at the fire department. Billed as the state’s longest-running fireman’s fair, the event will feature food, family fun and raffles. Hours are: Thursday 7 pm to Read More …

5k Run, Candy and Costumes Fill Huntington Weekend Calendar

Huntington has a full schedule of events this weekend, including: Greenlawn will be in full Halloween mode Saturday, first with the Greenlawn Fire Department’s 5k race and later with trick or treating as part of Halloween on Broadway. While not required, costumes are encouraged for Read More …

Fourth of July Festivities Are Back

Fourth of July celebrations are back in Huntington after last year’s cancellation of nearly all public events because of the Covid-19 epidemic. The National Weather Service forecasts mostly sunny skies throughout the day Sunday. Parade The 50th annual parade starts at 10 am Sunday at Read More …

Virtual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Underway

The Huntington Hibernians’ St. Patrick’s Day celebration is underway, all online and available through the month. Instead of marching along Main Street in Huntington this past weekend, the Hibernians and their activities can be seen by clicking this link. This year the festivities, on display Read More …

3 Options for Fans of Fire Department Fairs and Parades

It’s summer and so fire department fairs are underway or just around the corner. If you love the fairs, here’s what you should know. Northport Fire Department Fair, located at Steers Ave and Clipper Dr, continues through Saturday. Steers Avenue training facility Time: 7:00 pm Read More …

‘Hauntington’ Costumers to Parade Wednesday

The  Children’s Halloween costume parade hosted by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson and Councilwoman Joan Cergol is set for Wednesday, Oct. 31 in downtown Huntington. Children of all ages (and their parents or guardians) are invited to dress in costume and walk in the parade.  Participants should meet in Read More …