Updated: 89th Annual St. Patrick’s Parade Steps Off Sunday

Huntington’s 89th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade steps off Sunday at 2 p.m.

While there’s a chance of rain or snow on Friday and Saturday, the National Weather Service said that Sunday should be mostly sunny, with a high of 45.

Route 110 will be closed from Nassau Road to Main Street and Main Street will be closed from Route 110 to West Neck Road/Woodbury Road from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The Huntington Hibernians’ parade is the oldest and largest on Long Island and will be led this year by Grand Marshal Greg Kennedy.

The participating pipe and drum bands, marchers, firefighters, police, Huntington Militia, and Scout, school and community organizations will make their way from the Long Island Rail Road parking lot on Church Street north to Main Street, where it will turn left and end at St. Patrick’s Church.

For more information about the parade, see:

Parade route

St. Patrick’s Parade Returns to Huntington



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