If you haven’t already, it’s time to secure your meal ticket to the Lloyd Center for the Environment’s Clambake XXXV, “35 Years of Celebrating Science and Education!”
Due to concerns surrounding COVID-19, our South Coast tradition has a new format this year with delicious take-home meal options.
Supporters can order either a fresh lobster roll lunch to be picked up on Friday, July 10 at The Back Eddy in Westport, or a clam boil dinner at Greasy Luck in New Bedford. Each $50 meal ticket includes a generous donation to support Lloyd Center education programs.
Each dinner with come in a reusable, thermal Lloyd Center bag.
With a very limited number of tickets remaining, reserve your lunch / dinner today! Tickets may be purchased online at lloydcenter.org/clambake or by calling 508-990-0505 x10 through July 3.
Starting Wednesday, July 1, and concluding on Friday, July 10, the Lloyd Center’s Silent Auction will be online this year. View our auction at biddingforgood.com/lloydcenterXXXV, featuring exciting items from local artists, artisans, businesses, and individuals.
Bid! Each winning bid helps provide hands-on science programming to thousands of students across the state and beyond.
The Auction is open to all interested bidders (not just Clambake meal ticket holders); simply complete registration at biddingforgood.com/lloydcenterXXXV.
If you have any questions about auction items, or for assistance with BiddingForGood.com registration, email email@example.com or leave a message at 508-990-0505, ext. 20.
A tradition upon which so much depends, the Clambake helps to underwrite the costs of the Lloyd Center’s critically important environmental education and research programs. Today, the Lloyd Center is working hard to protect the nature of our beautiful coast and to bring first-rate environmental science classes to thousands of deserving children in our area’s public schools.
Members of Clambake XXXV Steering Committee are Nina Weeks (Chair), Sandra Hall, Winnie Phyfe, Suzie Prescott, Jane Rheaume, and Daphne Siegal.
Clambake artwork courtesy of Sandra Hall
Clambake XXXV – Quick Links!