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Join us for Clambake XXXVIII, “38 years of Celebrating Science & Education!” at Buzzards Bay Brewing in Westport on Sunday, July 16, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. with dining, live music, dancing, lawn games and auction artwork on display!
Dining – Gnarly Vines, The Oxcart, and Tacofied Food Trucks will be offering a large selection of tasty dining choices, including both vegan and gluten free options! Visit our Clambake XXXVIII event page for detailed food offerings.
Live Music – “Nick’s Other Band”, a high-energy rock ’n roll dance band, covering your favorite tunes from the past forty years, will begin playing at 1:30 p.m. Six talented musicians with diverse backgrounds will deliver classic and Southern rock, rhythm and blues, pop and soul. With a playlist in excess of eighty dynamite tunes, Nick’s Other Band is all about fun, dancing and great music.
Auction: Beginning June 30, view our auction at BiddingForGood.com, featuring exciting items from local artists, artisans, businesses, and individuals.
Our online auction will begin on BiddingForGood.com on Friday, June 30, 8 a.m. and close on Sunday, July 16, 9 p.m. Starting with an opening reception (Friday, June 30, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.), donated artwork will be on display at the Dartmouth Cultural Center, Padanaram Village, 404 Elm St., Dartmouth from Friday, June 30 through Sunday, July 9. Select artwork will also be displayed at our in-person event.
Bid! Each winning bid helps provide hands-on science programming to thousands of students across the state and beyond.
If you have any questions about auction items, or for assistance with BiddingForGood.com registration, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to donate an item to our exciting online auction, contact JoAnn at email@example.com.
A tradition upon which so much depends, the Clambake helps to underwrite the costs of the Lloyd Center’s critically important environmental education, research, and outreach programs. Today, the Lloyd Center is working hard to bring first-rate environmental science classes to thousands of deserving children in our area’s public schools.