HarborFrost On The Horizon

Michael Heller

It’s one of the few times East Enders hope for frigid temps. This Saturday, the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce presents HarborFrost, an outdoor winter event spanning the village. Spend the day shopping and dining in downtown Sag Harbor while enjoying free festivities. The frosty celebration highlights extreme elements—fire and ice—with ice sculptures and fire jugglers popular features.

Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance will host the Frosty Polar Bear Plunge. Sign up in the Windmill at 1 PM and be ready to take the plunge at 2 PM. For those not brave enough to enter the frigid waters, you can make a donation to the ambulance and show your support.

Also at 2 PM on Long Wharf, Ice Melodies will once again bring a block of ice to life with a live ice carving demonstration.

Throughout the day, there will be indoor children’s activities at Dodds and Eder from 2 to 5 PM, free glitter tattoos at The Wharf Shop, plus special deals at participating villages.

Ludmilla & Marcello bring their blend of Brazillian Pop and bossa nova to Grenning Gallery at 3 PM, and Alfredo Merat performs at the Sag Harbor Inn at 4 PM. Keith Leaf, the amazing Fire Juggler, will perform on Long Wharf at 3 and 4 PM. Let it go with Anna and Elsa from Frozen at the Variety Store at 2:30 PM.

At noon, the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society hosts a culinary stroll beginning at Il Cappucino. Admission to the stroll is $50 per person and includes food throughout the day at select restaurants, plus prizes for best chef hat. Cash bar.

Expect nautical themed ice sculptures along Main Street and Bay Street. The Fiery Sensations will perform their Fire Dance just before the highlight of the day: Fireworks by Grucci over the Harbor at 6:15 PM.

For a complete list of times, events, and participating businesses visit www.sagharborchamber.com.


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