Things To Do This Weekend (March 9-11)

By Haley Pereyo
info@longislandergroup.com

Take a hike
Saturday, March 10, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
at Caumsett Park (25 Lloyd Harbor Road, Huntington)
Cost: Free with park admission fee

Enjoy a moderate paced, 5-mile walk through the Long Island historic park this Saturday. Questions are welcome, but time will be dedicated to encouraging conversation between participants during the guided tour. Registration is required by calling 631-423-1770.

  Photo courtesy of Holly Zarcone

Photo courtesy of Holly Zarcone

Enjoy a snack with storytime
Saturday, March 10, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
at Ooh La La Boutique (306 Main St, Huntington)
Cost: Free

Join the author of “Cookies For Dinner,” Holly Zarcone, for a reading and signing of her book at Ooh La La Boutique this Saturday. Books will be available to purchase after the reading. There will be cookies and milk for the kids, and a special treat of wine for the parents in attendance. There will also be a coloring station so parents can “sip and shop” as Zarcone puts it.

  Photo courtesy of 7-In-Heaven

Photo courtesy of 7-In-Heaven

Meet local singles and play tennis
Sunday, March 11, 1-4 p.m
at Huntington Indoor Tennis (100 Broadway, Huntington Station)
Cost: $25

Attend 7-In-Heaven’s Tennis and Dinner Party event at Huntington Indoor Tennis to meet other local singles. Step on the court and potentially meet someone great. Learn how to play tennis and then enjoy a sit down lunch with the others to get to know even more about one another. Don’t forget to fill out your “connection” card so others can reach out to you.

 The annual St. Patrick's parade is Huntington kicks off at 2 p.m., Sunday.

The annual St. Patrick's parade is Huntington kicks off at 2 p.m., Sunday.

See the St. Patrick's parade
Sunday, March 11, 2 p.m.
Leaves from Huntington LIRR Station, continues to village
Free

The annual St. Patrick's parade through Huntington kicks off at 2 p.m., Sunday from the Huntington Long Island Rail Road Station and continues north on New York Avenue to Main Street. Come early to explore the village, grab a bite to eat, or a drink and stay for the parade, which is hosted by the Huntington's Ancient Order of Hibernians Division #4. This year's grand marshal is Andrew Brady, a 30-year member of the division. For more info, visit Huntingtonhibernian.com.