Sag Harbor: The race starts on Water Street and finishes adjacent to the water and a beautiful harbor. The course is flat with only a few small gentle hills.
Content provided by Katy’s Courage organization:
The race was originally organized by the East End Road and Trail Runners Club, RRCA to benefit Katy’s Courage 501(c)3 with net proceeds of this year’s race going toward local scholarships and in support of the newly formed partnership: Katy’s Kids @ CMEE Center for Grieving Children and Their Families with the goal of continuing the program started in the summer of 2015 to offer play and expressive peer support opportunities for East End children and adolescents in collaboration with the Children’s Museum of the East End. The focus of the peer group support will be grief or loss and will utilize modalities such as art, music, poetry, dance/movement and drama in a friendly, familiar and supportive environment.
Sag Harbor 8th Annual HarborFrost 2018 …. Get Your Freeze On!
The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce hosted The 8th Annual HARBORFROST on February 24TH 2018 in Sag Harbor, New York. It was a beautiful day in the harbor, not as icy cold as it had been in previous years. It was a perfect day for many brave people to take a dip in the frosty water.
A benefit for the Sag Harbor Ambulance Corp. Rich Daly who holds the record for the fastest ice carver in Guinness Records was present entertaining the crowd with his incredible artistry of ice sculptures.
Sag Harbor 6th Annual HarborFrost 2016 …. Get Your Freeze On!
The Sag Harbor chamber of Commerce is hosting The 6th Annual HARBORFROST February 27TH 2016in Sag Harbor, New York. Who’s ready to get your freeze on for the Frosty Plunge? A benefit for the Sag Harbor Ambulance Corp.
Registration at the Windmill Beach at noon on Saturday, February 27, 100% of the $20 entrance fee will benefit the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
HarborFrost is an Ice Sculpting and Fireworks Spectacular staged in beautiful Sag Harbor over one magical weekend in February. The annual event has become a favorite with locals and visitors alike—a fun “Winter Break” with activities for the whole family.
February 27th 2016
Eskimo Ice sculptures on display throughout the village shopping district
FREE Tatoos at the Wharf Shop
Live Music throughout the village
1pm: The Frosty Plunge at Windmill Beach
Registration begins at noon in the Windmill.
$20 entry fee per person
ALL proceeds to benefit the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance.
2pm: Live Ice Carving demonstration at Long Wharf
2:30: Sag Harbor Variety Store: Anna and Elsa from Disney’s Frozen Meet and Greet
2pm -6pm On Long Wharf
– Baron’s Cove
– Our Sons and Daughters School
– Pierson Robotics Team 28’ (bake sale)
– The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Network
– Wellness Foundation
3pm and 4pm: The Amazing Fire Juggler Keith Leaf; performances at Windmill/Long Wharf
2 to 5pm: Children’s activities at Dodds and Eder: look for blue balloons!
Warm up with your children between out door events-
Games, play, arts and crafts sponsored by Barefoot Kids Camp, Bay Burger, Dodds and Eder, Goat on a Boat, Our Sons and Daughter’s School, The Rainbow School,The Sag Harbor Youth Committee, Stella and Ruby and The Wharf Shop
Music by retired Elementary teacher Nancy Remkus, singing from her new album and playing morning program favorites
545pm: Fire Dancers on Long Wharf
6-615pm: Fireworks over the Harbor
Anna and Elsa will be returning for HarborFrost 2016! Please come to meet them at the Sag Harbor Variety Store at 2:30 on February 27.
Hamptons Teen :The Future is bright for the Lady Whalers Field Hockey Team
The Pierson-Bridgehampton Lady Whalers were defeated on Saturday, November 14, 2015 by the Cazenovia Lakers. The 2-1 score was indicative of the tightly contested game; only finally settled in the second half. Cazenovia scored their first goal after a penalty stroke was awarded to the Lakers due to an infraction of the rules by a Lady Whaler. The penalty shot just escaped the outstretched leg of the goalie, Freshman Charlotte Johnson and the goal was scored by Cazenovia player, Zoe Shephard. 1-0, Cazenovia.
The Whalers came back to tie the score 1-1 at 23:50, at the beginning of the second half on a goal by Sophomore, Claudia Patterson. This was Patterson’s first career goal and it couldn’t have come at a better time. There was a very physical scrum in the goal area but Patterson successfully scored.
Cazenovia showed their championship pedigree by forcing the Whalers into multiple corner penalties in the first half. The Whalers successfully defended these corners and some credit must be given to Junior, Allura Leggard for disrupting the corner offensive sets of the Lakers by flying out with impressive speed. The Whalers played excellent team defense preventing goal after goal as the Lakers applied constant offensive pressure.
The Whaler’s however, have a championship pedigree too and Junior, Ana Sherwood was incredible, showing her grit, determination and skill by moving the ball up the field against a determined Cazenovia defense. Sherwood attempted some shots on goal but the Cazenovia defenders were determined to prevent any uncontested shots. Sherwood and Leggard are Captains and they lead their team by example. Not to be outdone, Senior, Kerrie Vila, the third Whaler Captain was fantastic in defense from the sweeper position. She incredibly defended a shot headed toward the goal that was shot from the right side at a difficult angle. This kept the second half score tied going into the final 7 minutes of the game. Vila was a very active defender in what would turn out to be her final game as a Whaler.
Goalie, Charlotte Johnson was at it again, giving her body up defending the goal. She showed no hesitation to dive at shots making save after save. Unfortunately the Whaler’s season would be determined by a goal by Cazenovia Laker, Zoe Shephard with 7:10 seconds left in the second half. The whalers appeared stunned for a moment but they quickly regrouped and for the remainder of the game, applied constant pressure on Cazenovia setting up some shots on goal by Freshman, Hollie Schleicher, Sherwood and Junior Calista Cafiero until the final second.
The Whalers were emotional but proud in defeat. This is a very young team with only one Senior starter graduating; so the future is bright. First year, Head coach, Bethany Semlear is looking forward to next year’s championship campaign.
Hamptons Happenings “PAUL” formation on Mimosa Monday SAG HARBOR COMMUNITY: On Labor Day Monday, 9/7/15, family and friends ofPaul Hansen gathered at Sagg Main Beach in Sagaponack to remember him and honor him with formations made up of people.
Paul Hansen, who was killed in a car accident near his home on Rolling Hills Court East in Noyac early Sunday morning. Mr. Hansen, a 53-year-old real estate salesman and father of two boys, was the passenger in a 2013 Porsche convertible that crashed into a utility pole at about 2 a.m. on Sunday, August 30th in Sag Harbor.
Paul’s family spoke so fondly about his favorite role of being a father. He enjoyed kiteboarding at Long Beach, taking his sons snowboarding in Vermont, lounging and surfing at Sagg Main beach, being a Cub Scout leader, golfing, fishing and spending time with his friends and large family.
Paul was an outdoor man who loved the water and so it was only fitting have a celebration at the beach on Labor Day. In an effort to HELP kickstart a fundraiser for Paul Hansen’s sons Hunter and Austin, his family organized a Re-create “Euro-Oval”/Carsticker decal (image below) by “people-forming” Mimosa Monday Partiers into letters and oval ring on beach. Filmed start to finish by drone equipped w/ GoPro Camera & Tommy Hansen airplane “fly-by”.
Memorial donations may be made to the Memorial Fund for the Benefit of Hunter and Austin Hansen, payable to Hunter and Austin Hansen, Bridgehampton National Bank, Box 70, Sag Harbor, NY 11963, attention, Tara Fordham. I will post the kick-starter program when it completed.
Please continue keep this family in prayer.