Mark your calendars for June 22 for the Experience the Sound & Beyond with the Town of Greenwich Shellfish Commission. The series of fun and informational activities runs from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Greenwich Point.
This year marks the eighth annual Experience the Sound event, which includes a chance to tour clam and oyster boats at the docks! And, fantastic news, the Bruce Museum’s Seaside Center is set to open for the 2014 season on Sunday, June 22.
And, new this year, participants will be able to sample fresh clams and oysters from local waters.
Raw bar hosts will be local commercial shellfishing companies Hemlock Farms, Atlantic Clam Farms, and Copps Island Oysters from 1 to 4 p.m. while supplies last, at the docks at the Old Greenwich Yacht Club.
With the backdrop of Greenwich Cove, our aim is to expand the local community’s awareness of the coastal marine life, nature, outdoor recreational pursuits, and the environment by showcasing local organizations and the educational institutions that care for and promote them.
Activities will take place around the Innis Arden Cottage and the Old Greenwich Yacht Club and it’s docks at Greenwich Point. A free shuttle bus will be available to take participants back and forth between the two areas.
No reservations required and participation is free. No park pass needed– just tell the guard at the gatehouse that you are there for “Experience the Sound & Beyond.”