After more than two years of pondering, planning and fund-raising, the Park and Recreation Association of Sag Harbor has decided to pull the trigger and build a new playground this fall at Mashashimuet Park.
The Village of North Haven will hold “a second grand opening” of its playground, pickle ball court and basketball court behind Village Hall on Friday, July 13, from 3 to 5 p.m. featuring an ice cream social, Village Trustee Dianne Skilbred announced at the Village Board’s monthly meeting on Tuesday.
Modern spinning is a culmination of varying fitness activities: indoor cycling meets group fitness meets dance club. Focused on endurance and strength, the energetic workout took off more than a decade ago, leading to studios like SoulCycle and Flywheel focusing on this particular form of exercise and companies like Peloton manufacturing bikes for home use, equipped to tune into group classes remotely.
Drew Harvey and several of his friends from the village thought it would be a good idea to raise money for the eventual installation of an outdoor workout facility at Mashashimuet Park so they could dedicate it to their old friend, Michael Semkus.
The Sag Harbor Yacht Club closed on the Bay Street property known as “Camp Lucy” on Tuesday. According to Douglas Elliman, the property sold for $2.9 million.
The Sag Harbor Express hosted its second annual Spotlight on Boating Party and Trade Show at the Breakwater Yacht Club on Friday, June 8.
Reconnecting with nature and the simplicity of childhood is what motivates Victoria Kuss of Barefoot Kids to operate programs year-round through classes, summer camp, a babysitting club, and a playdate program.
In 2008, Ed Cashin and Fred Doss teamed up and founded Paddlers for Humanity — a humble, grassroots non-profit dedicated to bettering the lives of children and families through mental and physical health initiatives.
In Luke Babcock's new position as commodore at the Breakwater Yacht Club in Sag Harbor, it’s all about the East End community.
“It’s a wonderful way to live your life,” Ted Conklin mused during a recent telephone interview. “It’s an amazing feeling, living on your boat.”
Saturday’s race was held in in stiff winds in Noyac Bay with The Blue Peter and her captain, Mathew Barker, finishing first overall with a corrected time of 3 hours, 19 minutes and 52 seconds.
Join The Sag Harbor Express as we celebrate the East End boating community at our Second Annual Spotlight on Boating Trade Show on Friday, June 8, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Salt water runs in the veins of captains and crews and is also something sought out by novice boaters who are looking to ready their sea legs.
For Joseph Mullin, a 66-year-old veteran of the United States Navy, the journey is as important as the destination, and last week his own journey brought him to Sag Harbor.
There will be one standout this year when the race sets off in the waters off Sag Harbor on June 2. The Blue Peter, to be sure, is no ordinary sailboat.