St. Patricks Day Parade March 27th 2022. The clubs 60th St. Patricks Day parade.


Join Us For The

Montauk St. Patrick's Day Parade

Our main purpose is to organize and raise funds for a St. Patrick's Day Parade. Our annual St. Patrick's Day Parade is a big event in our community, attracting large crowds and enjoyment for all.

March In The

Montauk St. Patrick's Day Parade

If you, your group, organization, business, etc., would like to participate by being in the Montauk St. Patrick's Day Parade please submit your participation form for consideration.

  • Grand Marshal Luncheon

    Grand Marshal Luncheon is held in honor of our Grand Marshal, who is introduced, roasted and presented with a parade sash, top hat and shilelagh (Irish walking stick).

  • Pot of Gold Raffle

    Tickets $100 each, only 400 being sold. 1st prize $10,000 2nd prize $1,000. 3rd & 4th prizes $500 each.

  • Gala Cocktail Party March 26th 2022

    The Annual Cocktail Party is one of the main events in fundraising for the Montauk Friends of Erin annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. This is the party not to be missed


The Montauk Friends of Erin

The Montauk Friends of Erin is a Local Fundraising organization, which main goal is to support the St. Patrick's Day Parade and related activities. We have also broadened our purpose to include scholarships for our outstanding students along with sponsoring little league activities for boys and girls.


Parade Grand Marshals

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Charlie Morici Sr.

Photo of Charlie Morici Sr.

Due to COVID-19 the Parade was cancelled for the first time ever, but the club hope to honor Charlie in 2021.

Charlie Morici Snr.  81, a retired East Hampton Town Police officer but remains an active volunteer with the Montauk Fire Department to this day. Over 50 years of continuous service; even earning fireman of the year in 1976 and being named Driver of the Year for the Ambulance Squad many times, most recently in 2017.


Gordon Ryan

Photo of Gordon Ryan

Gordon Ryan has been an attorney in Montauk since the mid-1970s. He was selected for his more than 30 years of contributions and service to the community.


Kathy Keller

Photo of Kathy Keller

This year the Montauk Friends of erin chose lifelong Montauk resident Kathleen Keller. Keller’s family ran the Trail’s End restaurant for generations. Keller’s blood runs green. She is the third Keller-family Grand Marshal,  following her father Gil (1969) and brother Patrick (2007). Kathleen is the granddaughter of Joseph Pugh, one of the founding fathers of the parade. She is a member of the Friends of Erin  Ladies Auxiliary as well as being a driving force with planning the line of march for the parade every year.