Let the Clamming Begin! Trustees’ Tradition Returns

Recreational shellfish harvesters with a valid shellfish license from the town can enter hard-clam contestants harvested from Napeague, Accabonac, and Three Mile Harbors as well as Lake Montauk and Hog Creek.
Durell Godfrey

The East Hampton Town Trustees’ Largest Clam Contest, a popular annual event that showcases the trustees’ role in town government and the bounty of the town’s waterways, will be held once again this year, starting at noon on Oct. 3. 

The event takes place on the grounds of the Lamb Building, at the corner of Bluff Road and Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett, which houses the trustees’ office. 

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