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
Last night officials in East Hampton voted unanimously to ban the intentional release of balloons on the eastern end of Long Island. The East Hampton Town Board passed the resolution after a public hearing.
East Hampton Town Trustee Susan McGraw Keber spoke before the board endorsing the legislation. She presented more than thirty letters from local organizations and businesses supporting the ban.
The Town Trustee also gave the Board a proclamation and petitions in the form of drawings from students at the Montauk School highlighting the danger that balloons present to marine animals, fish, birds and wildlife.
Susan McGraw Keber has been instrumental in creating awareness about the hazards of balloons. She created the "Balloon Fish" art piece from balloon debris she collected on local beaches. A t-shirt inspired by the art piece was sold by the Town Trustees of East Hampton to emphasize the balloon problem and raise money for the Rysam Scholarship that benefits a local East Hampton high school student.
Colleen Henn of the Surfrider Foundation Eastern Long Island Chapter has fought tirelessly on the intentional release of balloon ban and contacted McGraw Keber in December to help push the legislation through.
Individuals found violating the ban would face up to a $1,000 fine and possibly 15 days in jail, the same penalty as littering.
"Balloons end up in our waterways, they end up in our marine animal life," said East Hampton Town Trustee Susan McGraw Keber.
People often release balloons as part of graduation ceremonies, weddings and memorial services. Five states around the U.S. now ban the intentional release of balloons. Individual municipalities are jumping on the ban bandwagon from Rhode Island to Texas. Clemson University also banned their traditional balloon release program.
"This isn't really meant to be a law that targets a child on his or her birthday who accidentally releases a balloon," said Colleen Henn. "We really don't want to be punishing those children. But we would like to educate the public about what happens when you do release a balloon."
Henn said balloons can kill marine life and birds and pollute the water. She said since 2017, the Surfrider Foundation has conducted 18 beaches clean-ups at East Hampton Town beaches and found 194 balloons, which averages more than 10 balloons per beach.
Kristin Thorne of ABC7NY Eyewitness Eyes interviewed Susan McGraw Keber, Colleen Henn and Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming about the ban. Fleming told Thorne she is interested in bringing the ban to the Suffolk County level.
Hats off to Susan McGraw Keber and Colleen Henn for their diligent and inspiring efforts to make this legislation happen!
It was 57 degrees F for this year's Polar Plunge.
at East Hampton's Main Beach,
The Polar Bear Plunge will take place at 1 pm at Main Beach in East Hampton. Sponsored by the YMCA East Hampton RECenter and organized by the East Hampton Hurricanes and the East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad, the event will benefit the East Hampton Food Pantry.
The cost to enter is $35. Registration is from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Another Ocean Plunge will take place at the Beach Lane, Wainscott at 2:30 pm to benefit L'Arche Long Island. Suggested donation is $20. The Run is from the Seafood Shop on Route 27 to the beach (start at 2 pm). Refreshments will be served.
A roundup of holiday events in the Hamptons!
(check back for more events)
Montauk Lighthouse Lighting
November 24, 4pm
Celebrate the season with the lighting of the historic and beautiful lighthouse!
Baron's Cove Holiday Party
November 30, 3-9pm
31 W. Water St., Sag Harbor
Light Up Amagansett
December 1, 4-8pm
Tree lighting at the firehouse, 4pm
Santa and Carolers walk down Main Street
Tree Lighting & Caroling
December 1, 4pm
The Maidstone Hotel
Main Street, East Hampton
Santa and Pancake Breakfast
December 2, 7am-11am
Springs Fire Department
$10 for adults; $5 for kids
Holiday Party at Groundworks
December 2, Noon-3pm
530 Montauk Highway, East Hampton
Holiday Bazaar to benefit the
Amagansett Life-Saving Station
December 2, Noon-4pm
160 Atlantic Ave., Amagansett
Wares by local artisans & artists
Light of Love Holiday Party
December 2, 3-5:30pm
Cookie Decorating, Ornament Making, Cider and Hot Chocolate
December 8, 10-4pm
First Presbyterian Church of East Hampton
120 Main St., East Hampton
Annual East Hampton Tour
of Historic Inns, Places of Interest
December 8, 10-3pm
Creative Edge Studio of Montauk
East Hampton High School
December 8, Noon-1pm
Dance performance, $10.
Sag Harbor Community Band Concert
December 16, 7-8:30pm
44 Union St., Sag Harbor
Autumn is the perfect season to visit some of the brewing companies that have popped up on Long Island's east end.
On October 7th from noon to 7 pm, GREENPORT HARBOR BREWING CO. will host OCTOBER FEST in both their restaurant and the tasting room. Patrick Alfred, head brewer, says the brewery uses local ingredients and produce from the North Fork.
234 Carpenter St., Greenport. greenportharborbrewing.com
MONTAUK BREWING CO. has a lovely taproom where you can sample one of the limited brews on rotation. The brewery is located at 62 South Erie Ave., Montauk. montaukbrewingco.com
Most of the ingredients are grown right at JAMESPORT FARM BREWERY. Enjoy sipping their brews in the taproom that is a converted potato barn on the farm. 5873 Sound Ave., Riverhead. jfbrewery.com
Head west to sample fine brews in the woody taproom of the WESTHAMPTON BEACH BREWING CO. The establishment will offer a pumpkin spice beer throughout the season. 220 Roger's Way, Westhampton Beach. westhamptonbeachbrewingco.com