A Loaded Harborfest Weekend

The Lady Ott team competed in the whaleboat races at the 2015 HarborFest. Morgan McGivern

Starting Friday evening at 8 with Bay Street Theater’s All Star Comedy Show, Harborfest weekend will be jam-packed with activities and programs for all ages, ranging from a wigwam workshop to live nautical music to boogie board races to a lobster roll eating contest to just about any imaginable participatory event.

For those more interested in getting and spending, the fall arts and crafts fair at Marine Park, featuring some 50 vendors, and the sidewalk sale of goods by village merchants will happen Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

A variety of children’s amusements, games, and activities will take place on Long Wharf starting at 10 on both Saturday and Sunday mornings. Among the other kids’ events are tugs of war on Windmill Beach, corn shucking and hula hoop contests, and a potato sack race.

Live music will be provided by the Sag Harbor Community Band, the Vine Brothers, the HooDoo Loungers, Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks, Jim Turner, Tim Fitall and Sampawams Creek, and, at Bay Street Theater on Saturday at 8 p.m., the Complete Unknowns, all in addition to the aforementioned nautical music from John Corr.

A display of classic boats on Long Wharf, tours of the old jailhouse museum, whaleboat races, boat tours, a walking tour with the artist April Gornik, and a conversation with Ed German, host of WPPB’s “Urban Jazz Experience” and “Friday Night Soul,” are also on the agenda.

A Turnpike Block Party at Estia’s Little Kitchen will provide a fitting end to the weekend on Sunday evening from 6 to 8:30. A benefit for the Sag Harbor Partnership and its efforts to buy and restore the Sag Harbor Cinema, the party will include live music, food and beverages, and an art auction. Tickets, available from the partnership’s website, are $100.

The best way to plan the weekend is to visit the chamber of commerce’s website, which has a full schedule of the myriad events.