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Museum Hours:
Oct 20th - Nov 2nd
Fri & Sat: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 1pm to 5pm

Office Hours:
Mon - Fri: 10am to 5pm


Tours and school groups
by appointment
throughout the year.
Please call for details.

200 Main Street
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
For more information
Call 631-725-0770
Fax: 631-725-5638

Email: info@sagharborwhalingmuseum.org

Museum Manager: Greg Therriault
Business Manager: Vanessa Petruccelli
Collections Manager: Richard Doctorow
Museum Shop Manager: Michael Butler
Harpoon Committee:
Terry Elkins + Scott Sandell + Gavin Zeigler

Board of Directors:
Barbara Pintauro~Lobosco - President
Linley Pennebaker Whelan - Vice President
Zachary Studenroth- Treasurer
Anthony Brandt - Secretary
Joanne Carter
Robert Chaloner
Peter Drakoulias
Annette Hinkle
Peter J. Marcelle
Catherine Ross
Kathie Russo
Bettina Stelle
Lynda Sylvester
Tom Dakin

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6TH
HOLIDAY COCKTAIL PARTY & FUNDRAISER
5:00pm - 7:00pm

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Celebrate the Holiday season at our first annual Holiday Cocktail Party at the Museum! The evening will be a rare chance to visit the Museum in December and a wonderful opportunity to spread good cheer among friends! Join us for a cozy gathering over drinks and hors d'oeuvre in the festively decorated Sage Parlor where Steve Shaugnessy will be playing jazz between a holiday set from local carolers. Sabina Streeter's "Captains, Mates, + Widows" will make its return for one night only as well. We can't think of a better way to close out the 2014 season than by celebrating our good fortune to live in such a vibrant, generous community. We look forward to a bright, happy, and successful New Year for us all.

The evening will also be an opportunity to take home a special Holiday whale ornament!

Can't make the party but still want to help? You can make a donation directly to the Museum's Capital Campaign by clicking below.

All proceeds go directly toward the Museum's Capital Campaign for restoration.