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Thursday, April 25th
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Page at 63 Main, 63 Main Street, Sag Harbor
This is a great opportunity to get to know and socialize with business professionals in the Sag Harbor area. Learn how to use the Chamber’s advertising and promotional calendar to grow your business.
A delightful spot to spend your afternoon or evening, the Canal Cafe is located on Newtown Rd. in Hampton Bays right on the Shinnecock Canal. Serving fresh seafood and a varied bistro-style menu, the Canal Cafe is currently open Thursday - Monday.
Last year, GeekHampton in Sag Harbor, recycled more than 6700 pounds of electronic waste materials. They want to exceed that goal this year. Thank you to GeekHampton for being such a wonderful and responsible member of our community.
GeekHampton is located at 34 Bay St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963. The phone number is: (631) 723-3660
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The Harbormaster’s Office overseas the management and collection of dockage fees for the Sag Harbor Village Marine Facilities. They offer both seasonal and transient dockage and moorings.
For information on transient slip reservations please contact the Harbormasters Office at 631.725.2368.
For annual (seasonal) dockage or moorings please contact Robin du Plessis at the Village Office at 631.725.0222. The boating season in Sag Harbor runs from April 1st through October 31st. Contact the office for reservations.
There are many events coming up to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. The Clubhouse in East Hampton has scheduled a fun weekend of events from March 15 to March 17.
Here is a list of upcoming parades across the East End:
The 15th annual Hampton Bays St. Patrick's Day (www.hbaohdivision11.com) will take place on Saturday, March 23 at 11.m. Grand Marshal Steve Lemanski will be on hand to kick off the event at Hampton Bays Elementary School on Ponquogue Avenue. The parade continues to Montauk Highway and will end at the Hampton Atrium parking lot.
The 57th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade (www.montaukfriendsoferin.org) will take place on Sunday, March 24. The event begins at Edgemere Road at 12 p.m. and marches up on to Main Street and culminates at the end of Main Street by the IGA. Treat yourself to hot soup ladled by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce on the green starting at 10 a.m. Served in a St. Patrick's Day Parade souvenir mug, the soups are made and donated by local eateries.
The 16th Annual Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner at the The Point Bar & Grill is on Saturday March 9 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The Behan's Annual Grand Marshal Luncheon, honoring "Gordon Ryan Esq," takes place on Friday, March 22 from 12 to 3 p,m. at Gurney's Inn. The Montauk St. Patrick's Day Parade Gala Cocktail Party will be held at at Gurney's Inn Saturday March 23 from 4 to 8 p.m. Open food buffet, open bar and a live band with Remember September are part of the fun.
East End Emerald Society (eastendemeraldsociety.com) will present its Sixth Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in the town of Jamesport on Saturday, March 30. Grand Marshal, Former Chief of Police, Joseph Grattan Sr., will lead the march that launches at North Railroad Avenue and Washington Avenue at 12 p.m., ending at the Jamesport Fire Department.
Closed for the winter season, the Montauk Point Lighthouse will reopen to welcome visitors on March 23. Check out the Museum, the Tower and the Gift Shop.
The Montauk Point Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in New York State. The Lighthouse was authorized by the Second Congress, under President George Washington, in 1792. Construction began on June 7, 1796, and was completed on November 5, 1796. It still serves as an aid to navigation.
The Montauk Point Lighthouse was designated a National Historic Landmark in recognition of the property’s national significance in the history of the United States on March 5, 2012, by the Secretary of the Interior.
* Children up to 12 years old. Minimum height requirement to climb tower is 41”.
There is an $8 parking fee; visitors 62 and older with a valid NYS driver's license may park for free.
The Village of East Hampton will celebrate 100 years with a fair, parade, and tours of historic homes and places on September 26, 2020. Village streets will be closed according to the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce between 10 am and 4 pm. A 1920s theme will feature floats with people dressed in period costumes. Restaurants will embrace a speakeasy theme for the day. The school curriculum will take on the events of the 1920s and a time capsule will be buried.
It was on September 25, 1920 that village residents voted to break away from the Town of East Hampton. Plans for the day long event are being coordinated by the Ladies Village Improvement Society, the school district, and the Garden Club of East Hampton among others. Many village restaurants have already agreed to feature menu items for $19.20.
Anyone interested in volunteering for the events should contact Steven Ringel of the Chamber of Commerce: email@example.com