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Visitors enjoy the fare at at the HaborFrost kick-off party,

Visitors enjoy the fare at at the HaborFrost kick-off party, "A Taste of Sag Harbor," on Friday evening.

Janice Moses with Steve and Anne Rossi at the HaborFrost kick-off party,

Janice Moses with Steve and Anne Rossi at the HaborFrost kick-off party, "A Taste of Sag Harbor," on Friday evening.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Laura Auerbach and Sally Morseat the HaborFrost kick-off party,

Laura Auerbach and Sally Morseat the HaborFrost kick-off party, "A Taste of Sag Harbor," on Friday evening.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society during the Culinary Stroll on Saturday.

Gabrielle Fisher provides Eva Hoisington with some

Gabrielle Fisher provides Eva Hoisington with some "Frosty bling" at Stella and Ruby.

Gwantsa Chkhikvadze prepares ceremonial cacao at Dragon Hemp Apothecary on Saturday afternoon.

Gwantsa Chkhikvadze prepares ceremonial cacao at Dragon Hemp Apothecary on Saturday afternoon.

Fire dancer Christy Belle performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Christy Belle performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Christy Belle performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Christy Belle performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fireworks by Grucci on Long Wharf.

Fireworks by Grucci on Long Wharf.

Fireworks by Grucci on Long Wharf.

Fireworks by Grucci on Long Wharf.

A birds eye view of the fireworks by Grucci on Long Wharf on Saturday night.

A birds eye view of the fireworks by Grucci on Long Wharf on Saturday night.

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society sing

Members of the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society sing "I'm a Beliver" in front of the Municipal Building in Sag Harbor during the Culinary Stroll. DANA SHAW

Visitors enjoy the fare at at the HaborFrost kick-off party,

Visitors enjoy the fare at at the HaborFrost kick-off party, "A Taste of Sag Harbor," on Friday evening.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Christy Belle performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Christy Belle performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Fire dancer Anna Archaic performs with Keith Leaf and His Flaming Friends.

Richard Daly works on an ice sculpture on Long Wharf on Saturday.

Richard Daly works on an ice sculpture on Long Wharf on Saturday.

Richard Daly works on an ice sculpture on Long Wharf on Saturday.

Richard Daly works on an ice sculpture on Long Wharf on Saturday.

Richard Daly works on an ice sculpture on Long Wharf on Saturday.

Richard Daly works on an ice sculpture on Long Wharf on Saturday.

authorStaff Writer on Feb 6, 2024
The weather was cold, but the vibe was warm at HarborFrost over the weekend. “A Taste of Sag Harbor,” kicked off the festivities at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Friday... more

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