Fourth Annual HarborFrost Festivities Kick Off in Sag Harbor

Ice sculpting takes place at various times on Saturday.

For the fourth year in a row, hundreds will flock to Sag Harbor this weekend for HarborFrost, a winter celebration that delights all ages. Here's a schedule to keep handy:


6 p.m.: Festivities begin on Friday night, with the second annual Frost Ball, held from 6 to 10 p.m. at Muse in the Harbor.

7 p.m.: "A Chorus Line" takes place at the Pierson High School auditorium; $7.

8 p.m.: Film: "50 Years of the Beatles," will be shown at the Bay Street Theater; $15.


10 a.m. until noon: Film: "Row Hard, No Excuses," at the American Legion Hall.

Noon to 5 p.m.: Live music at locations around town.

Noon: Ice carving on Long Wharf

Noon: ZIMA! A Treasure Hunt, at the Civil War Monument

12:30 p.m.: ZIMA! A Treasure Hunt, at the Civil War Monument

1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.: A culinary stroll. Start at Il Capuccino; $40

2 p.m.: The Frosty Plunge has been CANCELLED due to icy conditions at Windmill Beach.

2 p.m.: Ice Carving, Civil War Monument

2 p.m.: "A Chorus Line," Pierson High School Auditorium, $7

5:30 p.m.: Fiery Sensations Fire Dancers, Long Wharf

6 p.m.: Fireworks by Grucci, Long Wharf

8 p.m.: Celebrating the Beatles: Live Music, Bay Street Theatre; $25/$35

8 p.m.: "A Chorus Line," Pierson Auditorium, $7


8 a.m. until noon: Pancake breakfast, Main Firehouse, $10, $5

10 a.m.: Hike for HarborFrost, Mashashimuet Park

7 p.m.: Video, The Beatles on Ed Sullivan, Bay Street Theatre, $5

The event is presented by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce and the Sag Harbor Express.

The winter festival promises to be a fun-filled day for people of all ages, complete with ice sculpting, music, store and restaurant specials, and even a fireworks display.

"It's a nice winter weekend," Village Mayor Brian Gilbride has said.  "It's just nice to see the community out and around the harbor, in the restaurants, out for the day," he said, adding that it builds a sense of community while also drumming up business during the slower winter months.


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