Ninth Annual HarborFrost Brings Fire and Ice to Sag Harbor

The Fiery Sensations performed on Windmill Beach during HarborFrost 2019. Michael Heller photos

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce and its members presented the ninth annual HarborFrost winter festival on Saturday, February 23, with ice carving, fire dancing, live music and activities around town. The night was capped off with a fireworks display by Grucci. Sag Harbor Express photographer Michael Heller made the rounds.

As dad Scott looks on, four-year-old Layla gives a kiss to a dragon ice sculpture in front of Sen.
Fire juggler Keith Leaf juggles torches on Long Wharf.
Participants in the Sag Harbor Hysterical Society Culinary Stroll enjoy a street performance by Hopefully Forgiven.
Keith Leaf juggles a torch, a knife and a toilet plunger before a large crowd.
Rich Daly of Ice Melodies, Inc. carves out a “Shooting Stars” ice sculpture on Long Wharf.
Face-painted friends Madison Escobar, Jiali Malone and Indigio Aubry on Long Wharf.
Steve Amzler tries a shot on goal as Buckskill Winter Club Hockey Coach Cory Lillie looks on.
Brave souls participate in the Frosty Plunge to benefit the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corp.
A member of the Fiery Sensations is engulfed in sparks.
The Fiery Sensations perform at dusk.
The Fiery Sensations performed on Windmill Beach.
Fireworks by Grucci capped the night on Long Wharf.