A Conversation About Modernizing History: Balancing Preservation and Development in Sag Harbor
Friday, January 17, 12-2pm
American Hotel, Sag Harbor
The Express Sessions are issue-based conversations with a panel of experts over lunch at The American Hotel in Sag Harbor.
Sag Harbor's historic roots run deep but in recent years the area has faced a constant pressure for modern redevelopment. Can they co-exist?
A long history that perseveres, and a constant pressure for modern redevelopment that comes from being an attractive place to live -- both exist in Sag Harbor. Can they co-exist? There are examples that point to a possible way forward.
A luncheon is included in the $35 ticket price. Limited seating available.
LIVE WALKING TOUR OF OAKLAND CEMETERY FOR HALLOWEEN!
Come meet your neighbors! ;-)
April Gornik led a live walking tour of Oakland Cemetery on Sunday, October 28, 11am.
This tour highlighted some of the many fascinating people buried in Oakland. It wasn't a haunted tour, but the extraordinary history of Oakland Cemetery is haunting!
The tour was free and open to the public.
SAG HARBOR PARTNERSHIP HONORED NADA BARRY WITH COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
We are delighted to report that Nada Barry, longtime owner of the Wharf Shop and passionate supporter of children in Sag Harbor, received our annual Sag Harbor Partnership Community Service Award on Sunday, October 21st, 6pm, in Baron's Cove's beautiful Map Room. We thank Baron's Cove for their sponsorship of this event. Their hospitality was above and beyond!
This private event honors a woman who has striven to make activities and enrichment for both children and Sag Harbor's Main Street a central focus of her life, participating in a myriad of community meetings and activities like the Library Board and the Sag Harbor Schools' Key Communicators Meetings. In an excellent Sag Harbor Express article by Christine Sampson on Ms. Barry, Nick Gazzolo, Sag Harbor Partnership's President, was quoted as saying, "She speaks to us and is sort of like the conscience of Sag Harbor. She is there to challenge us, to compliment us, remind us of how things used to be done where we might have forgotten or didn’t know. She is the keeper of so much Sag Harbor history and tradition.”
Besides the Wharf Shop, Nada helped start the Hayground School, the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, and the Sag Harbor Youth Committee, which led to sagharborkids.org, which is still going strong, as is she!
Thanks also to Sag Harbor Florist who provided beautiful centerpieces for each table.
WE HAD OUR RED TENT AT HARBORFEST!
We had swag! We had information! and Harborfest is always great.
September 8th and 9th, 2018
Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 4pm
Once described as the largest block party extending out over the water, this year Harborfest was be a village-wide event celebrating the maritime history of Sag Harbor. The arts & crafts fair and sidewalk sale on Main Street were held this weekend as well!
THE BIG TENT: Party for the Cinema 2
July 8, 2018, Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, 5-8pm
We invite you to be a sponsor! Our sponsorship levels are as follows, and sponsors will be acknowledged at the event and in our press releases. All donations are TAX-DEDUCTIBLE.
Donations can be made by credit card, or by check to Sag Harbor Partnership, PO Box 182, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 with “Big Tent” in the memo field.
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS!
Tickets by cash or check now available at The Wharf Shop,
69 Main St, and at Sag Harbor Liquor Store, 52 Main St.
ZITA COBB OF FOGO ISLAND AT PIERSON HIGH SCHOOL
Zita Cobb is the creator of Shorefast and the Fogo Island Inn, created with the people she grew up with on Fogo Island to house people who had never been there, and help her community survive in changing times. She is a true economic philosopher, and has made a huge difference to everyone on Fogo Island. Zita’s talk will be about art, film, culture, economics, sustainability, and impact.
Zita believes in the importance of film, art, and culture to define and to save a place. "Shorefast and Fogo Island Inn continue to believe that art and film have key roles to play in telling our stories and preserving traditional knowledge and culture.”
Ms. Cobb gave a brilliant presentation on JUNE 2, 2018!
You can link to her talk on Youtube here.
OUR TOWN: SAG HARBOR IN FOCUS
THIRD ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION AND COMPETITION BY AND FOR PIERSON STUDENTS
May 12 - May 20, Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum
200 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY
RECEPTION AND AWARD CEREMONY
Saturday, May 12, 5;30-7:30PM
Award Presentation at 6:15PM
PANEL: ADVERSITY, DIVERSITY, AND CHANGE
Saturday, May 19, 4:00PM
Juried by Theo Gray and Michael Heller
Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Partnership, Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum, Cygnet Foundation, Theo Gray, and the Reutershan Educational Trust
Our Town - Sag Harbor in Focus is a celebration of both our village of Sag Harbor and a reflection on living on the East End of Long Island as experienced by our community’s young people, students from Pierson High School. It is also a celebration of our students’ creativity and achievement as witnessed in their photography.
The Tree Prophet
A film by Christian Scheider and Tucker Marder
THE TREE PROPHET was screened at
Christ Episcopal Church of Sag Harbor
December 30th, 2017 at 5pm.
A fascinating film about David Milarch and his project to reforest the world with ancient trees. Following will be a panel with renowned science author Carl Safina and the filmmakers on these trees and the future of climate change.
Join us after the screening for a cocktails & hors d’oeuvres reception from 6:30-8:30, catered by Art of Eating, at the historic home of Bob Weinstein and Eric Hensley, a short walk from the Church. Come bring in the New Year with a film of passion and promise.
THE COCKTAIL RECEPTION IS NOW SOLD OUT.
Tickets for the screening are still available at www.sagharborcinema.org/thetreeprophet
and at the door.
Proceeds from this special event will benefit the restoration of the Sag Harbor Cinema, and remaining seats will be FREE to students with ID.
Pictured, from left to right, are Phyllis Hollis, Hillary Loomis, Nick Gazzolo, Judi Caron, Diana Howard, Ed Hollander, Barons Cove General Manager Tara Rothberg, April Gornik, Wendy Powers and Susan Mead. Michael Heller photo
ED HOLLANDER RECEIVES COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
We were delighted to honor Edmund Hollander last Sunday, October 29th, for his extraordinarily generous service to our community. Besides our Sag Harbor Partnership Community Service Award, he also received proclamations from Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming and Sag Harbor Mayor Sandra Schroeder for his volunteer work.
The event was hosted beautifully and deliciously at Baron's Cove Map Room, and we thank managers Tara Rothberg and Suzanne Behringer for their coordination. Additional thanks to Sag Harbor Florist for providing gorgeous bouquets for the tables.
Ed Hollander's contributions include the "Oaks for Oakland" clean-up for Oakland Cemetery, a similar clean-up of the St. David AME Zion Church Cemetery (both with the help of wonderful local volunteer tree companies), his designs for the proposed waterfront park at the base of the bridge, newly designed grounds for the Sag Harbor Whaling and HIstorical Museum (done in collaboration with Edwina von Gal of the Perfect Earth Project), and work begun for the revitalization of Long Wharf for the Village of Sag Harbor.
See the Sag Harbor Express for an article on the event.
THANKS for CASINO NIGHT! We thank PAGE RESTAURANT, Acousticsmart, AIA Peconic, Electronic Environments, Hamptons Gym Corp, I-GRACE, Lutron, Summerhill Landscapes, Paul Roger, and Jim and Veronica Baker for their generous sponsorships!
It was a great evening, and Page at 63 Main did a fantastic job. Thanks to the wonderful staff, the kitchen who provided delicious hors d'oeuvres, and owner Joe Traina for hosting and attending!
to Colin Ambrose of Estia's Little Kitchen, Gavin & Kathryn Menu of the Sag Harbor Express, and Eric Lemonides and Jason Weiner of Almond Restaurant for sponsoring the fabulous Turnpike Block Party!
We also thank all artists who participated. as well as
Hamptons Gym Corp, Douglas Elliman, Bridgehampton National Bank, Preston T. Phillips Architect, John Leonard Law Office, Bobbye Sue Albrecht, Gail and Hugh Gallagher, Hampton Jitney, Diana Howard and Steve Pully, Ricki Roer, Diane Saatchi and Elaine Stimmel,
and In-kind Sponsors:
Palmer and Macari Vineyards, West Robins Oyster Co, Bermuda Parties, Montauk Brewing Co, Sag Harbor American Music Festival, Cromer's Market, Schiavoni's Market, Norsic Sanitation, Gene Casey, Inda Eaton, Kevin Martin, Alex Mankiewicz, and the Spaghetti Westerners!
Artist April Gornik was the grateful recipient of the first-ever annual Sag Harbor Partnership Community Service Award, presented to her at Baron's Cove on Sunday, October 23rd. The award itself was a spectacular blown-glass version of her whale image used for the Walking Tours, to which she has contributed, and commemorated her years of service to the community. She was a founding member of Save Sag Harbor as well as the Partnership, and her work has affected community, environmental, animal welfare and other causes.
Baron's Cove generously donated a spectacularly delicious meal, and Sag Harbor Florist kindly donated beautiful flowers for the tables. Funds were also raised towards the installation of the AME Zion Church Cemetery Fence. It was a warm and moving celebration, and reaffirmed the beauty of our community and its wide reach.
Our previous event was a dinner at Estia’s Little Kitchen, a fundraiser to help restore the historic terrazzo floor of the John Jermain Memorial Library.
A three-course meal was deliciously served, including wine pairings and dessert!
The dinner was heldThursday, 20th November, 7 pm. and the cost was $175.
Now the newly-opened Library’s floor is intact! Thank you for your generous support!
Page Restaurant, March 30th, 5-7pm
A great time was had by all at our cocktail party generously hosted by Page Restaurant to help raise money for our Traffic Calming Fund. This fund proposes to amend 19 critical intersections in the Village to improve traffic speeds, pedestrian and biking safety, and children's school routes. We raised over $5,000, all of which will go to the fund!
Tom Clavin, was our extraordinary host, and we thank him for a wonderfully inspiring speech at the event. In addition, we welcome him to our Board as our newest Board Member!
Congratulations to Linley Whelan for winning a week’s stay at Casa Bella, a private home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico! 15 other lucky winners won signed copies of Tom’s new book, The Heart of Everything That Is.
Serve Sag Harbor invited the public to
Cocktails & Conversation with April Gornik,
celebrating the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps
kindly hosted by Sag Harbor's The Corner Bar
We thank the Corner Bar for their generosity in hosting us!
60-70 people attended, many more donated, and
Serve Sag Harbor split proceeds with the
Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps
and our Preservation of Our Historic Waterfront Fund
(you can still donate by clicking on the above!)
On November 14, 2013,
Estia’s Little Kitchen kindly hosted
our first fundraiser, a dinner with host
Dan Rizzie, to raise money for our
Traffic Calming Fund.
The dinner was warm and wonderful and a great success, and we made money,
new friends, and spread the word
about this great initiative, which will
affect all of our Sag Harbor community.
We thank chef Colin Ambrose and
Estia’s Little Kitchen for their extraordinary generosity!