The Yarmouth Clam Festival is a yearly three-day occasion which happens in the American town of Yarmouth, Maine, amid the third end of the week in July. Built up in 1965 as a successor to the town's late-August Old Home Week, it is facilitated by the Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce, with the point of fund-raising for around thirty neighborhood non-benefit associations, holy places, and school gatherings. The occasion draws guests from everywhere throughout the country. Thus, Yarmouth, a town with a populace of around 9,000, suits roughly 120,000 individuals through the span of the weekend. An area of the previous populace have made it a custom to stake out their Friday-evening march perspective with a seat a little while before the occasion even as right on time as May, however, this might be in a taunting style
The primary celebration happens on either side of the town's Main Street Route 115. Stalls offering sustenance and drink and things available to be purchased are set up from the First Universalist Church at its south-eastern end to Railroad Park, a mile toward the north-west. Throughout the years, every association has procured the privilege to offer a specific delicacy. Cases include: the Barbershop Harmony Society, who offer Lime Rickeys the First Parish Church strawberry shortcakes; Yarmouth Ski Club entire seared mollusks; the Boy Scouts of America pizza and different evaluations of Yarmouth High School offer burgers, sausage and sodas.