Sag Harbor Lions Club presents four Service Projects each year.

Andy's Run 5K Christmas Tree Sale  St. Patricks Dinner Easter Egg Hunt

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This fundraising event is held annually. 

This will be the second year the club has moved up the date of the 5K to Saturday, September 9th, that's on the morning of the Harborfest whaleboat races - the Saturday after Labor Day. 

We hope to have better weather and more people in Sag Harbor who will register and run or walk our race. 

The 5K Race/Walk is named for Andy Neidneg, long-time runner and resident of Sag Harbor. 

We also added "for a Guide Dog" to the title last year so people would know where the money we raised in part was going to.

Sag Harbor CofC’s HarborFest

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2017 Sponsors Comming   •   2017 Race Results

Keenan finishing the 5K

Information about the race:

  • Revised June 7, 2017
  • The Race registration/check-in in next to the condos at 21 W. Water St. The starting line is just west or the intersection of Howard St. and Long Island Ave. in Sag Harbor.
  • The Cost
    • $25.00 if you pre-register at
      • Pre-registration ends at the end of the day before the race.
      • Pre-registering saves you time and stress.
      • Get the It's Your Race mobile app
    • $30.00 on the day of the race. Cash, check or Visa/MasterCard accepted.
  • Check-in/Day of Race Registration begins at 7:00 am and ends at 8:15 am.
  • Race Starts promptly at 8:30. Please don't wait until 8:00 am to register.
  • The Course is within the Village of Sag Harbor and is rather flat with a few small hills. See more below.
  • Age Groups: 14 and under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80-89
  • Awards:
    • Trophies for the top overall runners
      • Women: first, second, third places
      • Men: first, second, third places
    • Gold, silver and bronze medals awarded to:
      • Top 3 men in each age group.
      • Top 3 women in each age group. 

The 5K Course starts at the intersection of Long Island Avenue and Howard St. behind the registration tent.  

  1. On the starters' gun, runners head northeast passing the registration tents on the left, onto West Water St. and towards the flagpole at the north end of Main Street. 
  2. Runners turn right onto Main Street heading south through the business district lined with historic buildings such as the American Hotel, the Municipal Building, and the Latham House along with many restaurants, stores, boutiques, and galleries. 
    Participants may download the Sag Harbor Walking Tour App for descriptions of these historic locations.
  3. Runners bear right at fork at the Soldiers Monument staying on Main St.  Runners pass more historic homes after the stores end.  On the right: the Annie Cooper Boyd House, the Hannibal French House, the First Customs House, and Whaling Museum.  Across the street is the newly renovated John Jermain Memorial Library and the Van Scoy House.  Before the next turn, you’ll also see them on the runner’s right the Napier House with the widows walk and the brick townhouse style L’Hommedieu House.
  4. The course makes a right turn onto Glover Street. Runners now pass the Upper Sag Harbor Cove on the left side along with the historic Green St. The opposite shore is where writer John Steinbeck lived.
  5. The first water station near the intersection of Glover and Long Island Ave. marks the 1/3rd mark in the race.  When you pass this water station you are running through the once bucolic Cilli Farm on both sides of the course.
  6. Runners make a left turn onto Redwood Rd.  Runners will pass the WLNG studio and the red and white tower on their left and Ship Ashore marina on the right.
  7. At the next intersection, runners turn left onto Cove Rd. then bear right onto South Redwood Road heading southwest around the south side of the neighborhood. Pass Yale Rd on the left and then Harvard Rd. on the right. Don't make any turns onto the other streets. There are more views of the Cove between the homes on this side. 
  8. The hills begin and the course winds it’s way, passing Princeton Rd. on the right and follow the curve to the right.  The road now becomes Redwood Rd. on the west side. after that curve passing Amherst Rd. on both sides. Don't make any turns onto the other streets. The course curves to the left passing Cornell Rd on the right.  Now there is a long curve to the right.  Runners now find themselves on the north side of the neighborhood.  Pass Dartmouth Rd. on the runner’s right. The terrain begins to level out a bit. Pass Dartmouth Rd. on runner’s right. Runners will next pass Cove Rd. (where runners made a left turn before.)  Straight on.
  9. After passing WLNG again, this time on the runners right, runners will make a left turn back onto Glover St. 
  10. The second water station is the 2/3rd mark in the course.
  11. There is a long gradual bend to the right with condominiums and tennis courts on the left and the Cilli Farm woods on the right side. 
  12. Glover St. becomes West Water St. passing the Sag Harbor Inn on the right and Sag Harbor waterfront and marinas on the left. When runners reach Baron's Cove on the right side the finish line is in sight around the soft bend of the boat moorings on the left. The registration tents will be seen on your right as you pass under the timer's archway.

Click on the map below to enlarge the image. Feel free to print it out. Also available at the registration tent

With your donation you'll get your timing bib, the first 200 registrants get a Lions Club, Conca D'oro and Guide Dog Foundation "tech" tee-shirt. Water, juice, fruit and bagels are provided.  Porto-Potties are on site.

If you have a question about the race, please email us

Net profits from this race are contributed to the Guide Dog Foundation to sponsor a guide dog for a visually impaired individual and to the Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry to help cover the cost of fresh groceries for the holiday season. See where your donation goes from this 5K race.

This race is held on the first Saturday in October - rain or shine. Sometimes religious days are in conflict with the race. Due to permits, policing requirements and contacts with the race administrator, we are unable to change the date.

Please visit our Calendar and Facebook page for the Andy's Run event for updates on the exact date, time of registration, race start and donation amount.  

If you have a local business and would like to help us with the cost of this project, please email us.

Lion Jim Poitras is the chair of this event with committee members: Lions Bob Falborn, Tom Little, and Robert Loesch.

We accept cash, check or Visa-MasterCard-American Express-Discover PayPal-Visa-MC-Amex-Disc

Revised 04/29/17



Christmas Tree Sale

Lions sell Christmas trees at the windmill

Please visit our calendar and Facebook page for the Christmas Tree event for the exact dates and times.  

This is an annual fundraising project. The net profits in part are donated to Sag Harbor Youth Committee, Person FIRST 28 Team. Pierson Yearbook, and to fund our Scholarships and the Easter Egg Hunt.  See these organizations.

If no one is onsite to help you with your purchase during the daytime hours, you may choose your tree, tie it to your vehicle and then go to Lion Bob and Barbara Schmitz's Sag Harbor Liquor Store, at 52 Main Street to pay cash or check for your tree. 

At the historic Windmill in Sag Harbor, our Lions have braved the winds off the harbor for more than half a century selling Christmas trees and wreaths with or without bows beginning the first weekend in December for three weekends, or until sold out! 

Size Code Price
       up to 5' Fraser Fir tree White $55.00
over 5' to 6' Fraser Fir tree Blue $65.00
over 6' to 7' Fraser Fir tree Yellow $75.00
over 7' to 8' Fraser Fir tree Orange $85.00
over 8' to 9' Fraser Fir tree White $95.00
over 9' to 10' Fraser Fir tree Blue $105.00
over 10' to 11' Fraser Fir tree Yellow $115.00
20" to 24" Dia. Fraser Fir wreath   $20.00
24" to 30" Dia. Fraser Fir wreath   $30.00  


We accept cash, check or Visa-MasterCard-American Express-Discover at the Windmill on the weekends.PayPal-Visa-MC-Amex-Disc

Revised 12/04/17

Lion Tony Lawless is the chair of this event with committee members: Lions Tom Cartino, Sean Kiely, and John Tuohy.



St. Patrick’s Night

Cromer’s Corned Beef

The donation for this traditional Irish-American dinner is $25.00. It includes succulent sliced corned beef, savory cabbage, red potatoes, and carrots, with classic Irish Soda bread and butter on the side followed by coffee, tea, and dessert.  

A vegetarian option of roasted carrot and red lentil stew over a red potato is available

The dinner is held at the
 "Old Whalers'" First Presbyterian Church,
44 Union St. in Sag Harbor.

Adult beverages are available for a donation of $5.00 each. 

Joe Potter & Friends

M.C. Brian Doherty leads the local musicians performing traditional Irish and popular songs throughout the evening in an open mic format.  Job Potter & Friends (left) is scheduled to perform.

Tickets are available below or at the door the night of the dinner in the Whalers’ Church Social Hall.  

The dinner is prepared by
 Cromer's Market in Noyac.

The proceeds from this dinner go to the Sag Harbor Food Pantry, East End Hospice, Long Island Lions Eye Bank and our Scholarships.

Your donations are tax-deductible to the extent the law provides. Goods and services are exchanged as a part of your donation.

A flyer for the St. Patrick's Dinner, as well as the exact date, time and donation amount, can be found on the Calendar page and our Facebook page. Credit cards

We accept cash, check or Visa-MasterCard-American Express-Discover.

Lion Tony Lawless is the event chairman. Lion Sean Kiely is the Vice-Chair with committee member Lions W. Deering Yardley and Dennis Downes.



March or April

Easter Egg Hunt

See our calendar page for the exact date and for the first "GO!" of the event.

The Easter Egg Hunt has been held in Mashashimuet Park since 1960.

The Easter Bunny has made some changes by drawing up some new rules for the Easter Egg Hunt to make it safer for all ages. See them below or download the bilingual instructions. Descargar las instrucciones bilingües.

New Rules  


The Bunny will arrive at the park delivered by the Sag Harbor Fire Department just before the event starts.

The Bunny will prepare 3,000 multi-colored Eco-friendly eggs that are filled with candy, stickers and Golden Tickets. The eggs will be set out in the flat picnic area on the east side of the park in three groups and each age group now has its own start time:

  • 2 to 4 years old will be the first to go in the top section – next to the hard tennis courts.
  • 5 to 7 years old will start afterward with a separate "GO!" in the middle section
  • 8 to 10 years old will be last to go with a separate "GO!" in the bottom section – closes to the grandstand

The Easter Bunny asks parents of the 2-4 years old group, that only one adult is allowed on the field holding their child's hand. No other adults are allowed on the field to pick up eggs for their children in any age groups.

Adults running on the field or picking up eggs for their children will be asked to leave the field.

Take your picture with Mr. Bunny!


Pony Ride by Scorpion Farm, Southampton The Sag Harbor Lions provides the egg hunt portion of the event free of charge to the community. The Lions Club collects a donation of $5.00 from the public to help pay for the Pony Ride. The Lions also ask for a donation for the snacks and water. Face painting is free.

Admission to the Pony Ride will be by tickets only and can be purchased from a Lion or a Pierson Interact members with your donation of $5.00 each starting at 12:30 pm and ending at 1:30 pm. The pony rides open at 1:00 and closes no later than 2:15 pm. Only 60 tickets will be sold


The Bunny asked the Lions to find Eco-friendly eggs. The new eggs are made from plants – 100% renewable content – They are safe for kids. They are made by a WBENC Certified Woman Owned and Veteran-Owned Business.

2,000 of the eco-eggs are filled with candy and trinkets by Maud Borun Candy Company in Minneapolis, MN. 

1,000 of the eco-eggs are filled with other candy and Golden Tickets by Pierson Interact, the middle and high school's service club working with the Sag Harbor Lions



BNB logoThis year we are happy to have support for this community event from:
The Bridgehampton National Bank

If you or your company would like to support this event, please email us.

Lions Holly Worwetz and Sarah Boyce are the event co-chair with committee members Lions Bob Falborn and Robert Loesch,

Quiz: What does Mashashimuet mean?



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