Harborfrost Returns to Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor’s annual celebration of its harborfront in winter returns again this weekend for the eighth year in a row, with live music, Grucci fireworks, fire dancing, ice sculptures, a Culinary Stroll and a Frosty Plunge to raise money for the Sag Harbor Ambulance Corps.The event will be held this coming Saturday, Feb. 24 from 1 to 6 p.m.

Schedule of Events:

Noon – Culinary Stroll, presented by the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society. Starts at Il Cappuccino.*

1:00 – Sign up in the Windmill for the Frosty Plunge

2:00 – Frosty Plunge at Windmill Beach to benefit the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance

2:00 – Live ice carving demonstration on Long Wharf

2:30 – Meet and greet Anna and Elsa from Frozen at Sag Harbor Variety Store

3:00 – Ludmilla & Marcello (Brazilian Pop/Bossa Nova) at Grenning Gallery

3:00 & 4:00 – Keith Leaf the Amazing Fire Juggler on Long Wharf

4:00 – Alfredo Merat at Sag Harbor Inn

5:45 – Fiery Sensations Fire Dancers on Long Wharf

6:15 – Fireworks by Grucci over the Harbor

Throughout the day:
• Indoor children’s activities 2:00 – 5:00 at Dodds and Eder**
• Live music throughout the village
• Nautical-theme ice sculptures on display along Main Street and Bay Street
• FREE glitter tattoos at The Wharf Shop
• Special deals and promotions at participating businesses

– 20% off all purchases at Stella and Ruby
– Fabric and Yarn Sale at Sag Harbor Variety Store

*The Culinary Stroll, $50 per person, includes food throughout the day at participating restaurants, live music, and prizes for best Chef Hat. Cash bar. Sign up at Il Cappuccino at noon. Call Charlie Canavan for more information, (631) 379-2169.

**Indoor children’s activities sponsored by:
Buckskill Winter Club
Dodds and Eder
Emporium Hardware
Goat on a Boat Puppets
Mashashimuet Park
Sag Harbor Express
Sag Harbor Launderette
Sag Harbor Pharmacy
Sag Harbor Youth Committee
Stella & Ruby
The Wharf Shop

Beth Young

Beth Young

Beth Young built her first boat out of driftwood tied together with phragmites behind her family’s apartment above the old Mill Creek Inn in Southold. Nowadays, she spends most of her time kayaking, learning about shellfish, writing newspaper stories, trying to sail a Sunfish, and watching the way the bay changes from day to day. You can send her a message at [email protected]

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