Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Board of Directors of the Sag Harbor Lions Club have:
• Canceled the 2020 St. Patrick’s Dinner scheduled for March 17th. Watch for the Dinner in March 2021.
• Canceled the annual 2020 Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for Easter Sunday, April 12th. Watch for the Hunt in April 2021.

• Postponed Membership and Board meetings. View the home page top right for announcements in the calendar for meetings.
The canceling of these traditional Lions Club events was done with deep sadness.

However, it was felt that the health and safety of the residents of Sag Harbor must take precedence.


Our club presents four fundraising and several service projects each year.

  Christmas Tree Sale  St. Patricks Dinner Easter Egg Hunt Scholarship


Christmas Tree Sale

Friday, November 29 – Sunday, December 22, 2019.

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.

Our Christmas trees were sold out as of December 19, 2020!



  • Sat & Sun 10 am - 5 pm
  • Tue - Fri 2 pm - 5 pm

Our Lions have braved the winds of 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! 

This is an annual fundraising project. The net profits in part are donated to several children's organizations in the village.  See these organizations.

If no one is on-site 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. 

Information on this event is subject to change.

Revised 01/27/2020


St. Patrick's Dinner

Wait to see if the club goes forward with a socially distanced version in March 2021. 

St. Patrick’s Night

Cromer’s Corned Beef

Your donation for this traditional Irish-American dinner is $25.00 and includes a choice of either succulent sliced corned beef and savory cabbage or Red Lentil Roasted Carrot Stew garnished with red potato, and carrot, classic Irish soda bread, butter and coffee, tea, and dessert.  


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

Joe Potter & Friends

Job Potter (left) & Friends perform traditional Irish and popular songs throughout the evening.

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.

Watch for when tickets will go on sale

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

Information on this event is subject to change.

Revised 01/27/2020


Easter Egg Hunt

Wait to see if the club goes forward in April 2021!

See our calendar page for the exact date and for the first "GO Time" 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 and download the bilingual instructions. Descargar las instrucciones bilingües.

Information on this event is subject to change.

Quiz: What does Mashashimuet mean?


Revised 01/27/2020

The SHLC/Pierson Scholarship Fund 

Keep looking here to see what the Sag Harbor Lions Club can do for our Scholarships in 2021.

SHLC PHS Scholarship

Contact Lion Club 1st VP Paul Zaykowski or Immed. Past Pres. Tony Lawless for more information.

     We adjusted our 2020 Scholarship Fund to deal with the ramifications of pandemic fundraising. Our June 2020 Scholarship Award was $20,000, with one $10,000 award and two $5,000 awards, down from 2019's fully funded award of $40,000 award.

     When we can get to pre-pandemic fundraising, we hope to return the Scholarship Fund to the 2019 level. These awards make a tremendous difference to the Pierson students and their families.

Revised 01/27/2020

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