VIDEO/PHOTOS: HarborFrost Brings Fire and Ice to Sag Harbor

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The Fiery Sensations performed for the crowd on Windmill Beach off Long Wharf. Michael Heller photos

Despite soaring temperatures, the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce kicked off its seventh annual HarborFrost celebration on Saturday, with crowds of people pouring into the village to enjoy events around town. Ice carving, fire dancing, and Fireworks by Grucci were the main events, but there was so much more. Photographer Michael Heller was there.

RELATED VIDEO: Watch how the day unfolded Saturday at HarborFrost.

Rich Daly and Paul Dietzel of Ice Melodies, Inc. position an ice sculpture of a firefighter in front of Page Restaurant.

Charlotte and Grace McManus check out an ice sculpture.

Diane Mazarakis, Frank and Christine Zambella, Christine Castellanetta and John Kirmish helped start the Culinary Stroll off with a bang at Baron’s Cove Restaurant.

Retired Sag Harbor Village Police Chief Tom Fabiano joined the Culinary Stroll at Baron’s Cove.

Singer/songwriter Jim Turner, along with Christine Nicholl, Shawna Bianco, Diane Mazarakus and Leo Claus at Baron’s Cove.

Rich Daly of Ice Melodies, Inc. works on a large ice sculpture of a firefighter on Long Wharf.

Culinary Stroll participant Denise O’Malley wore an homage to the Sag Harbor Cinema.

Anna Schiavoni and Ryan Brown entertained little ones as Anna and Olaf from Disney’s Frozen.

Susan Burnside and her pal “Nelly” peek into a performance of Brazilian pop/bossa nova at the Grenning Gallery.

Ludmilla and Marcello perform at the Grenning Gallery.

Fire Juggler Keith Leaf performed for the crowd in front of the windmill on Long Wharf.

The Fiery Sensations performed for the crowd.

The Fiery Sensations.

A festive crowd enjoyed Grucci fireworks in the fog set off from the end of Long Wharf.

Fireworks light the sky red off Long Wharf.

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