Huntington Elks Lodge to Host St. Patrick’s Day Party

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Elks LodgeThe Huntington Elks Lodge 1565 restaurant and catering hall, located at 195 Main Street in Huntington Village, will host an Irish-themed St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance Party in conjunction with St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 16 from 7 to 11 p.m. The party will feature an all-you-can-eat Full Irish buffet stocked with Irish favorites including draft beer, wine and soda, all for only $25. Traditional Irish songs and authentic  Irish Step Dancers from Mulvihill-Lynch Studio of Irish Dance will take center stage, during an intermission from the live musical entertainment will add to the evening’s Irish-themed festivities.  To top off the weekend festivities, there will be an after party on Sunday, St. Patrick’s Day at 2pm with free Corned Beef Sandwiches and $2 Bloody Mary’s for ticket holders who attended Saturday evening.

“This event is a wonderful way for members of the Huntington community to take part in a night featuring quality Irish food and outstanding Irish entertainment,” said Elks Exalted Ruler, Bob Gaun. “For St. Patrick’s weekend, the Elks Lodge will be turned into an Irish pub by adding food, drink and décor with a St. Patrick’s theme. Everyone in attendance will get a feel for the true charm of St. Patrick’s Day within the Huntington Elks Lodge restaurant and catering hall.”

In addition to the Irish-themed party, the restaurant and bar areas at the Elks Lodge are available for private affairs including catering, celebrations, weddings, corporate events, receptions, holiday parties and fundraisers. The Elks Lodge is conveniently located at 195 Main Street in the heart of Huntington and has plenty of free parking. For more information and reservations, call 631-271-1565.

About the Elks Lodge: The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States is one of the most active fraternal organizations in the world with about 1 million members in more than 2,000 lodges across the country. Utilizing the theme “Elks Care – Elks Share” as a foundation for their philanthropic efforts, the organization serves people and communities through benevolent initiatives including Veterans programs, drug awareness, providing scholarships to our youth and much more.

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