It was easy being green on Saturday. Droves of revelers lined the sidewalks of Main Street in Westhampton Beach to view the village’s 51st St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Grand Marshal Peter Cuthbert kicked off the line of march under this year’s theme of “Hometown Heroes,” leading hundreds of participants, including local Veterans of Foreign War posts, fire departments, police, and ambulance companies. The parade featured pipe bands, classic cars, floats from local businesses, and a Westhampton Beach parade staple, the Coneheads.
The Quogue Library Art Committee presents the first annual Quogue Artists Open Studio Tour. On Sunday, July 21, from noon to 4 PM, nine local artists will open their studios. Visitors are welcomed to come and enjoy the experience of seeing art in the very varied spaces where it is created. The artists are Steve Alpert, Ellen Ball, Maria Boulan, Margot Carr, Donna Levey, Lulie Morrissey, Laurel Susci, Susan Cushing, and Alice Vleck. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the library.