THANKS to all our Fundraisers and suppliers!   Westfair's lobsters, salmon, tenderloin, mussels, clams--and even one much-appreciated serving  of veggie lasagna--were great! REALLY great! I mean, those lobsters were the BEST EVER! Good job, Westfair!     Muscles n' Clams, Clams n' Muscles--YUM! MANY THANKS to T. Palmer Landscaping and Anthony’s Nursery and Garden Center for their work cleaning and tidying up before the event. And MORE THANKS to Oliver Nurseries and Weston Gardens for and providing grass and ground-cover plantings attendees could purchase for the park's 100 Trees program!   (The above is only a small portion of the donations; and the 2 large trees were too big to bring inside(!))   Ultra-talented faculty members of the Suzuki Music School of Westport provided the music. Below: Rafael Videria (viola), Astrid Bernard (flute) & Sven Rainey (classical guitar)     And how could we exist without the liquid libations discounted by Ninety-9 Bottles?? And so ably served up by Bob Mitchell, and Martha and Don Lord:     The beautiful flower arrangements were courtesy of Joe and Florence Deverman Salem Enterprises 3 Salem Road Weston, Ct   Let's hear it for our generous Silent Auction Donors! Please help support them: A.J. Hand Osteria Romana State Senator Toni Boucher Westport Country Playhouse Westport Wash & Wax Norwalk Symphony Country Squire Penzey’s spices Tarry Lodge Restaurant Patagonia Fresh Market Ruf Cutz Westport / Weston YMCA Greens Farms Spirit Shop Longshore Sailing School Austin-Rolfe Salon Earth Animal Earthplace 323 Disc Golf instructor Chris Scofield  Representative Gail Lavielle Splash Car Wash Chowdafest Bass Pro Shop Dan’s Liquors Essex Steam train and Riverboat Staples Players Connecticut Audubon Eco Travel Services Adventure Park Garelick and Herbs Landmark Wines Salem Enterprise The Weston Gardens, Inc Oliver’s Nursery Suzuki Music School   Thanks to our many contributors and patrons and members who attended, a lively time was had by all!   Jim Carrey and Michele Sorensen           Sherwood Island State Park Supervisor Jim Beschle and his wife Deidra (that's long-time Sherwood Island supporter State Senator Toni Boucher there in the background).         Erica Caldwell, with FOSI's informational displays. The endangered Black Cherry tree See more ShoreFest coverage at: WestportNow