Patchogue Village’s annual Christmas Parade, one of the oldest and largest on Long Island, is all set for Saturday, Nov. 30.

The parade starts at 6 p.m. at West Avenue and marches east on Main Street to Route 112.

The night will feature Ronald McDonald, marching bands, Scouts, twirlers, carolers, fire trucks, floats, antique cars and more, say the organizers.

The parade, which is run by the village’s Parks & Recreation Department typically attracts tens of thousand of people downtown. Call (631) 475-4302 with any questions.

Parks & Rec also released this message:

Have your letters to Santa ready the night of the parade and my helpers will be there to pick them up and take them to the North Pole! Remember to include a self-addressed, stamped envelope so I can answer your letter. You may also write a separate letter as a holiday greeting to our servicemen/women.

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Click below for photos from last year: