There was chili, chowder and pumpkin beer being offered up and down Main Street in Patchogue Village for Saturday’s Chili & Chowder Festival.
But those who headed downtown also found the streets lined with vendors, food tucks, children and Gateway Haunted Playhouse actors in costume — even Patchogue firefighters running fire safety and prevention activities on South Ocean Avenue.
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David Kennedy, the executive director of the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce, which organized the festival, led the children’s parade down Main Street at 2 p.m.
Patchogue Village officials were also found handing out village-branded reusable bags to residents.
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Check back at greaterpatchogue.com learn who won the chili and chowder contests.