Tickets are on sale now for the Lloyd Center for the Environment’s 37th Annual Clambake on Friday, July 8.
The fundraiser will include a choice of meals from three different caterers: McGrath Clambakes & Catering – the Lloyd Center’s regular clambake caterer – Cask and Pig Kitchen and Ale House, and The Oxcart.
Meals must be purchased by July 1 by calling 508-990-0505 x10, or online by clicking here.
McGrath Clambake dinner option includes Spinney Creek Maine soft-boiled steamed clams, Prince Edward Island mussels, pulled butter and broth, local sweet corn on the cob, red potato and chourico. The price is $60 per meal and can be picked up at the Lloyd Center from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on July 8.
The Cask and Pig option is a family dinner intended to serve up to four people. It includes ribs, beef brisket, pulled pork, cornbread, and two sides (chef’s choice). The price is $190 per meal and can be picked up at Cask and Pig from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. on July 8.
The Oxcart offer is designed as a lunch option and will include a fresh lobster roll, crisps and a cookie. The prize is $60 and can be picked up at the Lloyd Center between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on July 8.
Each meal ticket includes a generous donation to support Lloyd Center educational programs.
A tradition on which so much depends, the Clambake helps defray the costs of the Lloyd Center’s environmental education, research and awareness programs. Today, the Lloyd Center strives to provide top-notch environmental science education to thousands of children in public schools across the region.
The Lloyd Center will also kick off its annual silent auction fundraiser on July 1 with the auction closing a week later at 9 p.m. on July 8.
Watch the auction on BiddingForGood.com, featuring exciting items from local artists, artisans, businesses and individuals. Click here to see the auction page.
If you have questions about auction items or for help registering with BiddingForGood.com, email [email protected] or leave a message at 508-990-0505, ext. 20.
Each winning bid helps provide hands-on science programs to thousands of students across the state and beyond.