artwork courtesy of Sandra Hall; click to enlarge

It’s time to mark your calendar for one of the summer’s most popular events!

The Lloyd Center for the Environment’s Clambake XXXVI – “36 years of Celebrating Science and Education!” will be held on Friday, July 9, 2021.

Given the continuing health crisis, we expect to offer both our well-received Meals to Go and the Silent Auction in online format once again. Details to follow!

If you would like to donate an item to our exciting online auction, click here for more details or contact Nina at clambake@lloydcenter.org.

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.

Even in a tumultuous 2020, the Lloyd Center’s staff served 5,000 students with socially-distanced Summer Programs, After School Programs, and Zooming into local classrooms with their environmental programming.

artwork courtesy of Sandra Hall.

Clambake XXXVI Steering Committee Chair, Nina Weeks, lives in Padanaram Village with her husband Rob and their four children. Having grown up on the South Coast and attended schools in Fairhaven and Dartmouth, she is intimately familiar with the area. Owner of Nina Weeks Interiors, Nina has worked in the marketing field with companies including Reebok, Microsoft, and Dockers. She enjoys boating in the summer and is a member of the New Bedford Yacht Club. She is also actively involved with the Rotch Jones Duff House, Community Boating Center, and Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust.

Her fourth year as Clambake Chair, Nina is excited about planning Clambake XXXVI with our dedicated group of experienced volunteers, assisted by members of the Lloyd Center’s staff and Board of Directors.

Members of Clambake XXXVI Steering Committee are Nina Weeks (Chair), Sandra Hall, Winnie Phyfe, Suzie Prescott, Jane Rheaume, and Daphne Siegal.