The atrium room at Page at 63 Main in Sag Harbor. (Credit: Krysten Massa)
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It’s a chilly mid-March afternoon in Sag Harbor. Hungry patrons bundled in winter coats pass bare trees as they make their way into Page at 63 Main to enjoy a fresh salad unlike any other they can get on the East End this time of year. (more…)
A scene from the Harborfest boat race (Credit: Pamela V. White/Flickr, file photo)
HarborFest, which takes place in Sag Harbor each year, and is back again. The three-day event is set for Friday, Sept. 8 through Sunday, September 10 at locales all over the village.
Some favorite events of HarborFest, which is sponsored by Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, include the arts and crafts fair in Marine Park, the sidewalk sale outside Main Street businesses, visits to village museums, entertainment at Bay Street Theatre and the ever raucous and rollicking Whale Boat Races which attract large crowds of spectators all along on Long Wharf. (more…)
Grucci fireworks fired off from the end of Long Wharf ended the day with a bang as part of HarborFrost 2014. (Credit: Michael Heller/ Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce Courtesy)
While most communities hunker down in the winter, the people of Sag Harbor are celebrating the season this weekend with the annual HarborFrost Festival.
The festival was created in 2011 to encourage local residents as well as visitors to come out and enjoy Sag Harbor when most people are thinking of hibernating.
“We say, ‘hey, it’s cold, but come to Main Street and support the local businesses, support the restaurants,'” said Lisa Field, president of Sag Harbor’s Chamber of Commerce. “It’s been a real success!”