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HarborFrost Cometh

Mon, 01/30/2023 - 15:49
Ice sculptures are an annual attraction at HarborFrost.
Durell Godfrey

Watch out for the ice sculptures! HarborFrost comes to a cold village this weekend. The temperatures should finally dip below freezing for this celebration of winter, with ice sculptures along Main Street, a fire juggler, and indoor children's activities on Saturday, including a Valentine's Day card-making craft at the Wharf Shop starting at noon and "face bling" sessions at Stella and Ruby from 2 to 4 p.m.  

Musicians will put in appearances along the main drag, too, with performances by Daniel Lerner, indie rock and pop, at Dragon Hemp Apothecary at 3 p.m., and Telly Karoussos, a singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist, at the Sag Harbor Cinema's Green Room bar at 4:30.

The cold got you hungry? The Kidd Squid Brewing Company on Spring Street will have a tasting of a melted cheese dish from Hamptons Raclette and bourbon from the Sagaponack Distillery from 3 to 6 p.m. Over at the Old Whalers Church, hot soup will be dished out to the background sounds of more live music from 5:30 to 7:30. Ten dollars will get you a container plus bread, beverage, and dessert. 

It all ends with a Grucci fireworks display off the end of Long Wharf at 5:45 Saturday evening. The full lineup of events and other details are online at

Tickets for the Friday night kickoff party at the Sag Harbor Cinema were sold out as of Friday morning.

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