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Huntington Agenda: Pickle Festival, Cow Harbor Day

Check out what's happening around Huntington this weekend, Sept. 20-22.

Huntington Agenda: Pickle Festival, Cow Harbor Day
The first day of fall is on Sunday, but it's not time to get in your Snuggie and curl up on the couch just yet. There's plenty going on around town this weekend. Here's our picks: 


Neighboring Festivals 

The 34th annual Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association's Pickle Festival is set for Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the John Gardiner Barn at 900 Park Avenue in Huntington. The association is promising more barrels of pickles than last year.  Overlapping the festival, at the corner of Park Avenue and Little Plains Road, is one next door, by the  Developmental Disabilities Institute, from 10-3 p.m. at 25 Little Plains Road. 

Fall Festival for Charities

The United Methodist Church of Huntington-Cold Spring Harbor is sponsoring its  25th annual festival to benefit several organizations, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m on Saturday. The festival features a farmstand, plants, tag sale, pony rides and more. The church is at 180 West Neck Road, Huntington.


The Great Cow Harbor 10K Race

About 5,500 runners will take their place at the starting line Saturday for the 2013 Great Cow Harbor 10-Kilometer Run. More than 25,000 spectators are expected to attend. The race starts at 8:30 a.m. at the Laurel Avenue School on Laurel Avenue. Click here to visit the Cow Harbor 10K Race website for runner details.

Cow Harbor Day

Cow Harbor Day Begins Sunday with the traditional parade down Main Street at noon. The parade will feature local bands, floats, sport teams, high school marching bands, antique cars and the Northport Trolley. Immediately following the parade, Main Street is closed to traffic until 5 p.m.  In the Harbor Park, the festivities range from amusement rides, live music, vendors, boating contests and barbecue style food. Local vendors fill Main Street offering food and goods to thousands.

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