A parade to celebrate East Hampton Town's 375th anniversary, which was postponed from Sept. 23 because of the weather, has been rescheduled for Oct. 14.
The parade, starting at 10 a.m., will follow the traditional route in East Hampton Village, beginning at Main Street at David's Lane before turning onto Newtown Lane, where it will conclude at Lumber Lane and Railroad Avenue.
Robert Pharaoh, the chief of the Montaukett tribe, will be the parade's grand marshal. Hugh King, the town historian, will serve as the parade announcer at a reviewing stand at Herrick Park. Participating community organizations will highlight the town's history.
Originally the parade was to have continued on to East Hampton High School, to coincide with the school's homecoming fair and football game. The homecoming celebration is now to take place on Oct. 21. C.W.