Sag Harbor fourth graders carve pumpkins at Historical Society

Sag Harbor Elementary’s fourth-grade class recently walked to the Sag Harbor Historical Society for a tour of the Annie Cooper Boyd House and to carve pumpkins for the annual Halloween light-up. Greeted by the Historical Society’s president, Nancy French, and other board members, the students, alongside class parents, were creative with their festive pumpkin carving. The pumpkins were lit that very night on the Historical Society porch for all of Sag Harbor community to see.


Photo courtesy of the Sag Harbor School District