Patchogue’s St. Patrick’s Parade happens Sunday, March 19, on Main Street


The exact date for Patchogue’s big St. Patrick’s Parade is all set in Blarney stone.

Things will get rolling at 12 p.m. on Sunday, March 19, at Route 112 and Main Street — where participants in the annual May the Road Rise to Meet Yet two-mile race kick things off.

Their dust will be immediately followed by paraders, who will then march to West Avenue.

And year’s grand marshal is none other than the beloved Deacon Marty McIndoe of St. Francis De Sales R.C. Church in Patchogue Village.

Looking to march? Here is the parade application:

If you’d like to honor and pay a tribute to Deacon Marty, parade organizers encourage people and businesses to book ad space in the 2023 edition of the Irish Wit & Wisdom News, the official parade publication. See below for the full rate sheet and submission form:

Top: A scene from the 2019 St. Patrick’s Parade in Patchogue. (file photo)