The City of Oceanside celebrates Green Week with a series of events and workshops for local residents. From film screenings to electronics recycling, there is something for everyone April 22nd – 28th, including I Love A Clean San Diego’s Creek to Bay Cleanup at five sites in Oceanside.
Oceanside Green Week events include:
Tuesday, April 23 – Compost Workshop – 6pm , El Corazon Senior Center
Oceanside residents will have the opportunity to purchase a compost bin at a discounted rate. Free event for Oceanside residents only, registration required: www.elcorazoncompostfacility.com
Thursday, April 25 – 3rd Annual Environmental Film Festival – 6 – 9pm, Oceanside Museum of Art
Screening Trashed with an appearance by Captain Charles Moore. Free outdoor film, food vendors and silent auction on site, more info: www.oceansiderecycles.org
Saturday, April 27 – Creek to Bay Cleanup – 9am – 12pm, Loma Alta Creek, Buccaneer Beach, & south Oceanside Pier.
Volunteers needed! Register today: www.CreektoBay.org
Saturday, April 27 – Oceanside Green Fair – 11am – 4pm, Jr. Seau Beach Amphitheater
North County’s largest Earth Day Celebration, featuring dozens of environmentally-friendly booths, products, organizations, as well as food and live entertainment, more info: www.oceansiderecycles.org
Saturday, April 27 – Electronics Recycling – 11am – 4pm, Parking Lot 24, between Pacific & Myers St.
Free electronics recycling & data destruction available.
Saturday, April 27 – Compost Workshop – 8:30am , El Corazon Senior Center
Oceanside residents will have the opportunity to purchase a compost bin at a discounted rate. Free event for Oceanside residents only, registration required: www.oceansiderecycles.org
Sunday, April 28 – Used Oil Filter Exchange Event – 10am-2pm, O’Reilly Auto Parts – 3661 W. Mission Avenue, Oceanside
Free used oil filter exchange (up to 2 new filters per person) for Oceanside residents, while supplies last. More info: www.oceansiderecycles.org
One response to “Oceanside Celebrates Green Week April 22-28”
Does data destruction include document shreading?