|Cope Environmental Center and Rosa’s Office Plus will be partnering with Asset Recovery & Recycling and Shred Monkey to offer Monthly E-Waste Recycling. Bring your e-waste, used toner cartridges, old cell phones, and documents to shred and recycle them at Rosa’s. This will be a monthly event taking place on the third Saturday of every month. This event is open to everyone!
Date: Every third Saturday of the month
Place: Rosa’s Office Supplies Plus- 20 S. 11th St, Richmond
Fee: FREE for electronics recycling! $5 per box for paper to be shredded and recycled.Electronics include TV’s, DVD players, computer hard-drives, monitors, and more. Click here for a list of acceptable items.
Call us if you have a questions about what can and can’t be recycled! (765) 855-3188
Travel back in time to discover how maple syrup was made by Native Americans and early settlers. Next, make your way to the sap house (constructed of reclaimed materials) for a lesson in maple syrup production in today’s world. All participants will finish the morning with a pancake lunch and get to use local maple syrup!
Date: Saturday, March 7th
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You’re never too young to enjoy nature!
Toddler Time occurs every THIRD Wednesday of the month, March – October 2015 from 10-11 am. Program dates and themes can be found below:
March 18th – “Winter Wonders” Reading: It’s Winter! (by Linda Glaser)
April 15th – “Spring Fling” Reading: Earth, Sky, Wet, Dry: A Book of Nature Opposites (by Durga Bernhard)
May 10th – “Little Tree Huggers” Reading: The Busy Tree (by Jennifer Ward)
June 17th – “You Can ‘Count’ on Nature!” Reading: Look Whooo’s Counting (by Susie MacDonald)
July 15th – “Wild Wetlands” Reading: Jo MacDonald Saw a Pond (by Mary Quattlebaum)
August 19th – “Pretty Little Prairies” Reading: In the Tall, Tall Grass (by Denise Fleming)
September 16th – “Amazing Arachnids” Reading: The Very Busy Spider (by Eric Carle)
October 21st – “‘Fall’-ing Asleep” Reading: Time to Sleep (by Denise Fleming)