February 29, 2020Saturday, 1pm - 6pm
1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, NY 11963, USA
AboutHarborFrost is a celebration of winter in Sag Harbor highlighting two extreme elements—fire and ice! Featuring live ice carving demonstrations, ice sculptures along Main Street, live music performances, and indoor children’s activities. There’s something for everyone! Spend the day shopping and dining in Sag Harbor
Laser Light Show at Steinbeck Park presented by Baron’s Cove!
2020 Schedule of Events
10:00 – Hike for HarborFrost: Mashashimuet Park
11:30 – Culinary Stroll: Sign up at Il Capuccino
12:00 – 3:00 – Free glitter tattoos at The Wharf Shop
12:00 – 6:00 – Live music at Faherty
12:00 – 7:00 – Oyster Crawl: Purchase tickets at K Pasa restaurant
1:00 – Frosty Plunge registration at the Windmill – 2:00 pm start time
1:00 – 4:00 – Hot chocolate station, green screen photo booth & more, at John Jermain Library
1:00 – 4:00 – Free face painting at White’s Apocathary
1:30 – Live music: Jake Lear (location TBD)
2:00 – Live ice carving demonstration at Steinbeck Park (near the bridge)
2:00 – Breakwater yacht club Ice Breaker Sailing Regatta
2:00 – 5:00 – Soup and Supper at the Old Whalers Church. Bottomless bowl: $10 adults, $5 kids
2:00 – 5:00 – KidsFun at Dodds and Eder (Bridge Street)
2:00 – 5:00 – Face Painting at Stella & Ruby
2:30 – LIve Music: Alfredo Merat at K Pasa restaurant
2:30 – Fire Juggler: Keith Leaf at Steinbeck Park
3:30 – Fire Juggler: Keith Leaf at Steinbeck Park
3:30 – Live Music: the Second Hands at Berry and Co.
4:30 – Live Music: Ludmilla & Marcello at Buddhaberry
5:30 – Fiery Sensations fire dancers
6:00 – Laser Light Show over the harbor
8:00 – Live Music: The Hoo Doo Loungers Soul Spectacular at Bay Street Theater
All events are FREE except the Culinary Stroll ($50 per person), Oyster Crawl ($50 per person), Frosty Plunge (donation to the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance), Hoo Doo Loungers at Bay Street Theater (contact theater for ticket information).
The East End is buzzing about the return of the Hamptons International Film Festival! The Festival will be held October 10-14, 2019.
Tickets go on sale September 5.
We'll keep you posted on happenings and provide updates on events.
Meanwhile, check out the Free Screening of JAWS at Southampton Arts Center on August 30th.
For more information on the Festival, visit: http://hamptonsfilmfest.org/
This is a wonderful time of year to experience the bounty of the eastern end of Long Island. Tomatoes, corn, watermelon, berries, beans and more. Many markets feature a wonderful variety of plants, handmade soaps, honey and more!
Amber Waves Farm Market in Amagansett
Located at Amber Waves Farm, 367 Main St. from 7 am to 6 pm Thursday through Friday until November. amberwavesfarm.org.
East Hampton Farmers' Market
at the Nick & Toni's parking lot, 136 North Main St. on Fridays through August 30: 9 am to 1 pm. The facebook page is: facebook.com/easthamptonfarmersmrkt
Flanders Farm Fresh Food Market
Located at the David W. Crohan Community Center, 655 Flanders Rd. on Saturdays from 10 am to 1 pm through October 19. Facebook: facebook.com/flandersfarmfreshfoodmarket
Good Ground Farmers' Market in Hampton Bays
Across from the Hampton Bays Fire Dept., 84 West Montauk Highway on Thursdays, from 3 to 7 pm through August 29. eciny.org/good-ground-farmers-market
Montauk Farmers' Market
On the Village Green at 742 Montauk Highway, Thursdays, 9 am to 2 pm through September 20, then on Fridays through October 4. Montaukchamber.com
Sag Harbor Farmers' Market
Located at the Sag Harbor Yacht Club, 51 Bay St. from 9 am to 1 pm on Saturdays through October. facebook.com/sagharborfarmersmarket
Southampton Farmers' Market
At the Southampton Arts Center, 25 Jobs Lane, on Sundays through October 13 from 9 am to 2 pm. Visit southamptonchamber.com to learn more.
Springs Farmers' Market
Ashawagh Hall, 780 Springs Fireplace Rd. on Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm through October 13.
WHB Farmers' Market
On the Village Green, 11 Mill Rd., from 9 am to 1 pm on Saturdays, through October 27. facebook.com/westhamptonbeachfarmersmarket
Greenport Farmers' Market
At Old Icehouse, 414 First St. from 3-7 pm on Fridays and 9 am to 1 pm on Saturdays through October 26. greenportfarmersmarket.com
Sylvester Manor Farmstand on Shelter Island
At 21 Manwaring Rd., Wed.-Monday, through Sept. 2. Sylvestermanor.org
The villages and hamlets of the eastern end of Long Island, NY were settled as early as the mid 1600s making them some of the oldest settlements in the country. Southold was settled in 1640 followed by East Hampton in 1648. The eastern end of Long Island has a deep connection to New England and in fact was once a territory belonging to Connecticut.
You can learn more about the fascinating history of the East End at the following historical societies:
Bridgehampton Museum: The museum hosts the annual Road Rally featuring vintage cars, a race and a parade. Visit bhmuseum.org for more info. Located at 2368 Montauk Highway, phone 631.537.1088 for info.
East Hampton Historical Society: Located on the beautiful Main Street of EH, the society comprises seven buildings housing museums, workshops and structures available for rental. Visit easthamptonhistory.org or call 631.324.6850 for info.
East Quogue Historical Society: Check out the online exhibit of Quogue life in the 1920s and 1930s at eastquoguehistorical.org or call 631.653.5517. The Society is located at 580 Montauk Highway.
Mattituck-Laureal Historical Society: Visit mlhistoricalsoceity.org to learn more or call 631.298.5248. The group is located at 18200 Main Road.
Montauk Historical Society: Visit the Second House Museum and Montauk Indian Museum at 12-24 2nd House Rd. The Montauk Lighthouse is at 2000 Montauk Highway. The lighthouse flashes every five seconds and can be seen at a distance of 19 nautical miles.
Quogue Historical Society: The 191-year old one-room schoolhouse structure that houses the historical society has been moved three times. Located at 114 Jessup Ave. Visit quoguehistory.org or call 631.996.2404 for info.
Sag Harbor Historical Society: Visit the structure located at 174 Main St. to learn more about the society's books, deeds, ledgers, etc. Phone: 631.725.5092 or visit sagharborhistorical.org.
Shelter Island Historical Society: Check out the Farmers Market held on Saturdays from May to September at 16 South Ferry St. Learn more by calling 631.749.0025 or shelterislandhistorical.org.
Southampton History Museum: Located at 17 Meeting House Rd., the Museum is 120 years old. Learn more at southamptonhistory.org or call 631.283.2494.
Southold Historical Society: The complex houses an antique shop and a consignment store. Visit woutholdhistoricalsociety.org or call 631.765.5500 to learn more about the Society located at 54325 Main Road.
Click the photo of Paul Consiglio and James Consiglio to read the feature on the East End's premier building company in The Independent.
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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