"Erin Go Bragh" -16th Annual Cutchogue St. Patrick's Day Parade
By Web Team
March 15, 2022

On Sunday March 13th everything in Cutchogue became a little greener once again as the Cutchogue Community celebrated St. Patrick's Day.

After a 2 year absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the North Fork Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Cutchogue Fire Department once again held its Annual Cutchogue St. Patrick's Day Parade.

The parade began at 2:00 p.m., marching down Route 25 through the heart of Cutchogue Village.

The annual parade which is now 16 years old, continues to grow each year. This year was no exception as the parade was well attended and had crowds of people lining the mile long parade route.

After being postponed on Saturday due to predicted winter storm, Parade-goers were blessed with sunny skies and temperatures reaching 30+ degrees.

This year's participants included the local Volunteer Fire Departments from the North Fork, numerous civic groups, scouting groups, and youth groups.

Following the parade, a reception was held at the Firehouse for all the participants, their families and the community. Hot dogs and refreshments were served by the members of the Cutchogue Fire Department and the CFD Ladies Auxiliary.

Each year the parade committee chooses a deserving community member to serve as the Grand Marshal for the parade.

This year's Grand Marshal was David Gamberg https://suffolktimes.timesreview.com/2022/03/after-two-year-delay-david-gamberg-will-lead-cutchogue-st-patricks-day-parade-as-grand-marshal/

Thank You to everyone who helped to make this year's parade a success, including the 2022 parade committee, the Southold Town Police Department and Fire Police Squads from our neighboring Fire Departments who assisted with traffic control and detours throughout the parade.


Photos by the Suffolk Times - click here for full article and pictures: https://suffolktimes.timesreview.com/2022/03/photos-st-patricks-day-parade-returns-to-cutchogue/

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