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A St. Patrick's Day Parade Update

Thu, 02/15/2024 - 09:54
Jane Bimson

The Montauk Friends of Erin, which organizes the annual St. Patrick's Day parade in Montauk, announced last week that their March 23 cocktail party at Gurney's has officially sold out.

Tickets are still available, however, for the March 22 lunch honoring the grand marshal, Steve (Puck) Dolan, and can be reserved by calling 631-235-3991 or 631-848-2368. The Pot O'Gold raffle tickets are still on sale.

Irish favorites are on the menu for the annual corned beef and cabbage dinner hosted by the Montauk Friends of Erin. This year's date is March 2, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Montauk Firehouse. There will be live music, a 50/50 raffle, an appearance by Mr. Dolan, and lots of good cheer to go around. Sold at the door, tickets cost $25 for adults and $15 for children over 10 years old; those 10 and under can eat for free. A takeout option is also available.

And of course, participants are still sought to march in the big event, the Friends' 62nd St. Patrick's Day parade on March 24. The sign-up form can be found online at montaukfriendsoferin.org.

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