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Tim Higgins of Wading River, left, and Peter Tartaglia of Manorville show off their Irish spirit. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Tim Higgins of Wading River, left, and Peter Tartaglia of Manorville show off their Irish spirit. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

The annual March of the Leprechauns was held in downtown Riverhead on Saturday.

A dozen local businesses participated in the popular pub crawl, which benefits the East End Emerald Society and the Peconic Ballet Foundation. The event, now in its second year, raised money through the sale of $10 bracelets which allow participants to receive deals at local bars and restaurants.

The East End Emerald Society will host the Jamesport St. Patrick’s Day parade, set for March 19 at 2 p.m.

See photos from the pub crawl below

Ben Coggiano of Center Moriches gets a lift from a little friend.
Ben Coggiano of Center Moriches gets a lift from a little friend.
East End Emerald Society members Brandon Hewes, John Cuddy, Grand Marshal Sean McCabe, Richard Stephenson and Sean O'Neill in front of the Suffolk Theatre. Member Walter McGee (not pictured) was unable to attend.
East End Emerald Society members Brandon Hewes, John Cuddy, Grand Marshal Sean McCabe, Richard Stephenson and Sean O’Neill in front of the Suffolk Theatre. Member Walter McGee (not pictured) was unable to attend.
Christina Keating of Aquebogue, Meray Scarfler of Aquebogue, Ashley Bolins of Riverhead and Kelly Olsen of Coram.
Christina Keating of Aquebogue, Meray Scarfler of Aquebogue, Ashley Bolins of Riverhead and Kelly Olsen of Coram.
Eric and Traci Werthner of Shirley.
Eric and Traci Werthner of Shirley.
One of the many Flatty Paddy posters hanging on Main Street.
One of the many Flatty Paddy posters hanging on Main Street.
Ally Goldsmith of Manorville and Ally Moodhe of Manhattan.
Ally Goldsmith of Manorville and Ally Moodhe of Manhattan.
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