Wednesday, February 24, 2016

2016 Saint Patrick’s Day Entertainment Guide: Parades, Fun Events & Things to Do to Celebrate on LI!

Get out there this March, dressed from head to toe in your best green garb and celebrate St. Patrick's Day at one of the many upcoming holiday events happening on Long Island throughout the month! From Saint Patty's Day Parades marching down Main Streets across the Island, to festive concerts where you can enjoy traditional & modern Irish music, to celebrations and fun happening at pubs, community centers, and parks across LI, there's tons of fun happening all month long across LI in honor of Saint Pat. 

Whether you're Irish, or Irish at Heart, you won't want to miss out on this year's festivities.  

Pictured: The 25th Annual Bayport-Blue Point St. Patrick's Day Parade, photo courtesy of the Bayport-Bluepoint Chamber.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Celebrate Saint Pat's in Style at a St. Patrick's Day Parade This March!

It just wouldn't be Saint Patrick's Day without a parade, now would it? Across Long Island, Main Streets are making way for Saint Paddy's Day Parades that are sure to be a ton of fun for the local Irish Community, and those of us who are "Irish at Heart". These community events are always a blast, and they'll be taking place on weekends all throughout the month of March this year, kicking off the first weekend of the month in Kings Park, and wrapping up Saint Patrick's Day Weekend with tons of parades the weekend after the holiday. So grab your best green garb, and get out there - it's time to celebrate the Emerald Isle - with a Long Island twist of course!

Wednesday, February 03, 2016’s 2016 February Family Fun Guide: Super Bowl Parties, Romantic Valentine’s Dinners, Black History Month, and More!

January went by in a flash, and with February well under way, it's clear that 2016 is going to be a year filled with fun! This month's highlights include Festivals, Fairs, romantic Valentine's Day Events, exhilarating outdoor fun, Super Bowl Celebrations for the record books, thrill-filled Mardi Gras Festivities, and so much more! 

Long Island's own resident groundhog meteorologists Holtsville Hal & Malverne Mel have predicted that Spring will come early this year, so why not get out and make the most out of the month this year!

Photo by Nas Kamui, via Free Images.