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Josh Gladstone, artistic director for the John Drew (Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

Josh Gladstone, artistic director for the John Drew Theater at East Hampton's Guild Hall, is ZIMA, a Civil War Charactor who presents a riddle to lead people around Main Street to clues for solving his riddle during the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

HarborFrost festival in Sag Harbor

The three-day HarborFrost festival in Sag Harbor starts Friday night with the Frost Ball, and continues through Sunday with a hike, pancake breakfast and afternoon concert. In between, there are parties, culinary activities, dancing, shopping and kid-friendly fun.

"HarborFrost is a way to encourage people to get out of the house in the wintertime," says Kelly Connaughton, president of the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce.

Josh Gladstone, artistic director for the John Drew
(Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

Josh Gladstone, artistic director for the John Drew Theater at East Hampton's Guild Hall, is ZIMA, a Civil War Charactor who presents a riddle to lead people around Main Street to clues for solving his riddle during the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

Josh Gladstone, artistic director for the John Drew
(Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

Josh Gladstone, artistic director for the John Drew Theater at East Hampton's Guild Hall, is ZIMA, a Civil War Charactor who presents a riddle to lead people around Main Street to clues for solving his riddle during the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

Jesse Matsuoka, proprietor of Phao Restaurant on Main
(Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

Jesse Matsuoka, proprietor of Phao Restaurant on Main Street, offers hot carrot-ginger soup to swimmers after their plunge into the bay at the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

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Jesse Matsuoka, proprietor of Phao Restaurant on Main
(Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

Jesse Matsuoka, proprietor of Phao Restaurant on Main Street, offers hot carrot-ginger soup to swimmers after their frosty plunge at the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

Children gather around the group of ice sculptors
(Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

Children gather around the group of ice sculptors with the company Fear No Ice, hoping to get their names carved into an ice castle being carved on the Long Wharf in Sag Harbor at the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

Scott Rella, of the company Fear No Ice,
(Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

Scott Rella, of the company Fear No Ice, sculpts an ice castle while surrounded by children hoping he will carve their names at the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

The sculpting company Fear No Ice makes games
(Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

The sculpting company Fear No Ice makes games from slabs of ice for open games such as a bean bag toss at the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

People race into the bay for a frosty
(Credit: Daniel Gonzalez)

People race into the bay for a frosty plunge at the annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor. (Feb. 11, 2012)

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A polar bear plunge takes place during the
(Credit: Michael Heller)

A polar bear plunge takes place during the HarborFrost in Sag Harbor.

Ice Sculpting will be one of the features
(Credit: Michael Heller)

Ice Sculpting will be one of the features at HarborFrost in Sag Habor.

Fireworks by Grucci are one of the most
(Credit: Michael Heller)

Fireworks by Grucci are one of the most anticipated parts of the annual HarborFrost Weekend in Sag Harbor. (2012)

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