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Event Time: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Location: Arlington Science Focus, 1501 N Lincoln St, Arlington
This event puts a new spin on gift-giving. The concept is simple: Make a donation to a locally-based nonprofit, personalize a Gifts That Give Hope greeting card for a loved one, and give that act of kindness as a gift. EcoAction Arlington is honored to be one of the featured nonprofits.
Event Time: 4:00 p.m. – Social and Networking. 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. – Film and Discussion
Location: Arlington Central Library, 1015 N. Quincy Street, Arlington
Join EcoAction Arlington for a free film screening and discussion. Idle Threat looks at one man’s struggle to improve public health by raising awareness about idling’s impact, starting in New York City. Against all odds, he succeeds, helping improve local air quality, and in the process gains worldwide recognition for the anti-idling cause. This event will include a social with light refreshments from 4:00 to 4:30 p.m. and a discussion following the film.
Thanks to a grant from the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund, we are pleased to offer teachers, informal educators, and parent volunteers free copies of Big Nose, Big City, a children’s book about idling, to everyone who reserves their space by January 6. We are also offering mini-grants for school-based projects related to improving air quality and community health.
Date: Monday, January 21, 2019
Event Time: 10 a.m. – noon
Location: Barcroft Park, 4200 S Four Mile Run Drive
Celebrate MLK’s birthday by joining fellow EcoAction Arlington volunteers and community members in a morning of service cleaning up trash and debris in the park and stream, and along Four Mile Run Drive.
We meet at the restroom/refreshment kiosk near the baseball field; there will be a directional sign in the parking lot. Please dress for the weather (with waterproof shoes if you plan to go into the stream) and bring a reusable water bottle. All are welcome. We will provide supplies and snacks.
Please also consider getting involved with the Adopt-a-Street program through which you can help to keep your community clean by supporting litter control on a section of an Arlington Street. Learn more about how you can Adopt-a-Street through Arlington County.