phase 2: our building campaign!
Thank you for helping with Phase 1, the purchase of the Cinema.
We encourage you to keep your generous donations coming. The sooner we can raise necessary funds for building, the sooner the Cinema will be back on Main Street!
Our construction committee has advised that if we can raise $3M, we can begin construction by July 1 .
Please contact us at email@example.com
if you would like to discuss donations to programming and
education going forward.
We are grateful to announce that the Partnership received a generous $4,600 grant from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation to partially fund a survey of homes and the cultural history of the SANS (Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest, and Ninevah subdivisions) neighborhoods in Sag Harbor.
We are happy to be a part of this worthy endeavor!
For more info, please see this article in the Sag Harbor Express.
MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES
WITH SAG HARBOR CINEMA-TEC!
LTV and Historic Films Archive is teaming up to help bring attention and support the Sag Harbor Partnerships’ Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center with a series of cinematic gems titled
SAG HARBOR CINEMA-TEC, broadcast exclusively on LTV!
Once a month for 10 months, Joe Lauro of Historic Films Archive will handpick different feature films and short subjects from the vast library of Historic Films Archive to be broadcast on LTV, channel 20 in East Hampton Monday nights at 8pm for 4 weeks. Mr. Lauro will introduce each film or retrospective with special insights.
The ten episodes will explore classic genres like Film Noir, Westerns, Rock’n’Roll in the movies, early animation, 1950s-1960s’ teenage etiquette films and others.
The schedule so far:
Mondays, Nov 6, Nov 13, Nov 20 at 8pm: Carnival of Souls
Mondays, Nov 27, Dec 4, Dec 11 at 8pm: "Classic Christmas"
Mondays, Dec 25, Jan 1, Jan 15, at 8pm: “The Magic of Max Fleischer”
Mondays, Jan 22, Jan 29, Feb 5, Feb12 at 8pm: “Films of Etiquette and Adolescent Angst”
More about our 3 paper brochures: The Sag Harbor Cultural District Walking Tour and Guide is a free brochure for visitors and residents. The map includes QR codes for smart phones, locations and hours, and descriptions of each participating institution.
Our Kids’ Walking Tour and Treasure Hunt! of Sag Harbor is for parents and children and includes 7 different stops, of which 6 special features are needed to win a prize available at the Whaling Museum.
Cornices & Pilasters: A Sag Harbor Architectural Walking Tour is available at all Sag Harbor Real Estate Agencies, at the Windmill, and other participating institutions. It is an introductory tour to our amazingly rich architectural heritage.
The Sag Harbor Cultural District includes Bay Street Theater & the Sag Harbor Center for the Arts, Canio's Cultural Cafe, Christ Episcopal Church, Eastville Community Historical Society, First Presbyterian (Old Whalers') Church, John Jermain Memorial Library, Sag Harbor Custom House, Sag Harbor Historical Society, and the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum.
The Kids’ Tour and Treasure Hunt will take parents and kids to the John Jermain Memorial Library, the Firemen’s Museum, Annie Cooper Boyd House, Custom House, Whaling Museum, Old Whalers’ Church, and Old Burying Ground.
Please visit as many museums and cultural institutions as you like, and enjoy the wealth of history and exciting cultural climate of Sag Harbor. Look for these brochure at participating institutions and supportive businesses!