I was walking around Sag Harbor on Saturday admiring the beautiful old homes along Main Street. As I strolled along, I was struggling to recall each home's history. Thanks to the Sag Harbor Partnership, I was able to look on the walking tour app and instantly gratify my curiosity. Similar to a museum tour, you can use the app to take an app guided tour, or in my case, just look something up that you had forgotten from your last walkabout. Artist April Gornik designed the app's breaching whale logo and is also behind the scenes creating tours for the app to showcase Sag Harbor's vibrant history.
A few topics on the Working Sag Harbor Tour
On the app:
- Working Sag Harbor
- Fire and Water: The Great Disasters of Sag Harbor
- Cornices and Pilasters: Sag Harbor Architecture
- Remarkable Trees of Sag Harbor
- Wild Sag Harbor
- Captains, Mates and Widows
- Women of Sag Harbor
- Vanished Sag Harbor
- Sag Harbor in Wartime
- Kid's Walking Tour of Sag Harbor
- Eastville Community: Unique Diversity
- Literary Sag Harbor
- AAQ and SPLIA Historic Sag Harbor
- Sag Harbor Historical Society
- Sag Harbor Cultural District
So many Sag Harbor beauties. Looking down, I see a beautiful plaque with crown and doves embedded in the grass.
Marjorie Marie Brinkley and Donald Alan Brinkley are the parents of Christie Brinkley. This dear plaque is at the foot of an American Elm planted in their memory along Main Street. The quote on the plaque resonates and makes me smile. "I Love it Here!"
For more information about the Sag Harbor walking tour app go to the Sag Harbor Partnership site here