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Yarmouth Clam Festival Draws Thousands [PHOTOS]

More than 130,000 people attended the Yarmouth Clam Festival this weekend, according to WMTW.

The Portland television news station reported that the event included everything from thousands of pounds of succulent fried clams and seafood, live entertainment, fireworks and the annual firemen’s muster and Maine State Clam Shucking Contest, which was won by WMTW morning anchors Norm Karkos and Katie Thompson.

What follows is an image gallery of the sights of the clam festival on Saturday.

Did you go to this year’s Yarmouth Clam Festival? Share your photos and your comments here on our web site and on our Facebook and Twittter pages under the hashtag #YarmouthClamFest.

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