The annual Unity in the Community parade and fair kick off Saturday, to celebrate the diversity and talents of people in the Huntington community.
Before the parade step-off, school and town officials will participate in a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. for the murals at the Long Island Rail Road underpass on New York Avenue, which were painted by students, parents and staff from Birchwood Intermediate School.
Floats and vehicles for the parade will leave Huntington High School at 11 a.m., and add marchers at Jefferson Elementary School before heading down Oakwood Road to Stimson Middle School. Marchers and honorees from Huntington, Harborfields, Northport, and Elwood will participate in the parade.
At Stimson,events will include a fair, rides, food, music and other fun. Brett’s Bicycle Recycle, which refurbishes bicycles to donate to those in need, will partner with the Huntington Community First Aid Squad for the giveaway and raffles of items donated by people in the community.