The East Hampton Town Trustees held its annual clam chowder and biggest clam competitions Sunday, October 13, which featured bivalves harvested by many local fishermen. The best clam chowder was made by Brad Roman. The competition, held at the Trustees building in Amagansett, was judged by Charlotte Sasso, Dante Sasso, Bryan Futerman, Zachary Cohen, and Chris Walsh. Don Fromm was named the winner of the largest clam competition with his 2.6-pound clam from Napeague. The second, third, and fourth-place titles were all bestowed upon Clint Bennett, with his largest clam weighing in at 1.8 pounds.
It’s kid’s week at the Long Island History Museum starting on Wednesday, February 19 through Saturday, February 22 starting at 10 AM to 4:30 PM. Have a family fun experience by playing out life in the past! There will be touch-table educational play stations for hands-on experiences, along with a scavenger hunt with prizes, dress up in colonial garb, play old word games, etc. Free admission for children and $5 per adult. Complimentary cookies and juice. Fun for the whole family! For more info call 631-727-2881.