The Sag Harbor Lions Club is pleased that we will resume our traditional monthly members meeting on Wednesday, October 13th at The American Hotel.
Mix & Mingle begins @ 6:30 PM. Followed by a brief “Fireside Chat” with Village Trustee Ed Haye.
All members and their guests are invited. The Dinner Price is $60 which includes a gratuity for AH Staff.
Full Vaccination is required.
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org or via text to Paul : (718) 501.4497
Please RSVP “as soon as possible” so The American Hotel can be prepared for this event
At the Windmill in Sag Harbor, 8 Wharf St.
This is an annual fundraising project. The net profits are donated to several organizations in the village.
Wait to see if the club goes forward with a socially distanced version in March 2021.
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.
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.|
Once again 3,000 multicolored eco-friendly Easter eggs were strewn across the multi-acre picnic area at Mashashimuet Park. We were anxious for the hunters to arrive because we Lions didn’t want to have to pick up the 3,000 eggs we just laid (out).
The Easter Bunny arrived at 12:45 and the first hunt for the 2-4-year-olds started at 1:00 pm sharp, followed by the 5-7-year-olds and then the 8-10-year-old group. The Easter Bunny and Minerva Perez, our Spanish translator, huddle for a pic.
Many tickets were sold at the pony rides