The Alameda County Household Hazardous Waste program will host a mobile one-day drop off event in Alameda on October 4 and in Albany on October 11 from 9:00-1:00. All Alameda County residents (NOT BUSINESSES) transporting wastes they generated in the course of living in and maintaining their place of residence can drop-off materials for free. You must register in advance.
For more info, including accepted materials, and to register:
The Berkeley Public Library Foundation will be hosting an after hours event on October 10th to support planned enhancements for the Downtown Central Library.
Attire: EVENING ECLECTIC – aka Berkeley Style!
Tickets available at www.bplf.org
Spotted @ Solano Stroll were chickens. And lots of them. In the window display at Bikes on Solano. And what were they doing there? Eating lox. And playing with R2D2. I kid you not.
I took these photos to prove it.
My daughter Melia is an amazing architect. She can build the most amazing structures out of anything. Any lego, found object, scrap of material, twig or empty cardboard box and she will create an amazing detailed space. Here are two recent examples that she will add to her portfolio, the first was for her Shopkins and the second for her Lego Friends.
With the drought in full force homeowner’s everywhere are trying to figure out what to do with their grass. Water it and risk being fined or yelled at by your neighbors? Pull it out and plant drought-resistant plants? Let it die? If you like green grass and want to be environmentally conscious then here are some great options for keeping your grass green without the water.
What not to do? THIS:
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