Unity Fun Day 2024: Celebrate Community!

Save the Date: Huntington Unity Fun Day Parade & Fair, Saturday, April 14, 10am-3pm at Stimson Middle School

Unity Fun Day 2024!

Join school districts, community groups and town officials from throughout Huntington for its annual Unity Fun Day, a celebration of the Town’s diversity and solidarity. I will be there myself, collecting stories about Dolores Thompson, who was a primary founder of this event and so much more as a leader and mentor in the community. Did you know her? Come talk to me!

Since its beginning back in 2010, when it was held in a parking lot on Route 110 by The Station, Huntington Unity Parade and Fair has grown to become a regional event, raising awareness of the deep community that exists here, inspiring togetherness, and a celebration of diversity and solidarity throughout the entire Town of Huntington. Join the fun!

Huntington Unity Fun Day Details

When: Saturday, April 6. 2024, 10am-3pm
Parade Kicks off from: Jefferson Primary School at 10am, following Oakwood Road to the Festival
2024 Grand Marshals include: Retired Suffolk County Deputy Police Commissioner Risco Mention-Lewis and Suffolk County Sheriff Errol Toulon Jr.
Festival Location: Stimson Middle School, 401 Oakwood Road, Huntington
Event Includes: Music & Live Performances, Games and Activities for Kids, Animals from Little Shelter, Food Trucks, Vendors, Classic Cars, US Armed Forces Veterans, FREE Health Screenings, Food Donation Services, Much More!!!

Why Unity Fun Day?

The Unity Parade and Fair was created to bring us all together to celebrate our neighbors, families and local businesses. For more than a decade now, the Huntington Station Enrichment Center worked with Town of Huntington Officials and the South Huntington School district to develop this day a star-studded parade, fair, music, food, and fun, shining a bright spotlight upon community accomplishments and showcasing the diverse people and programs that make us strong.

It has grown from a local endeavor to a regional event, attracting thousands of people, including representation from Elwood, Harborfields, Huntington, Northport, Commack, and South Huntington, as well as elected officials, government leaders, scouts, service organizations, law enforcement representatives, religious groups, and not-for-profits from across the town.

Hope to see you there!