This Wednesday is a red Wednesday, which means trash and recycling pickup. Please make sure you pick up containers after pickup tomorrow night. They do not belong on the sidewalk after tomorrow night.
The bill would require each scrap metal processor to furnish a report of its purchases of nonferrous scrap, metal articles and proprietary articles other than aluminum cans and interior household items to the chief law enforcement officer of the locality in which it conducts business. The reports would be due on the next business day following the day of the purchase. Prefiled Oct. 31 for the next legislative session.
Come one. Come all.
The goods are here. Shop our hardy, willing food producers, crafters, growers, makers, sellers. Call me a sourpuss, but I wouldn’t mind if we got snow… The Renegade Market it pretty in the snow. Alas, it is our lot to get rain. Tuesday’s forecast is for light rain throughout the afternoon, so really no hindrance to market vending or shopping. Winter soups, sautees, sauces – the kind of goodness that keeps colds and influenzi at bay (bey?).
Tuesdays, November through April, 3pm to 6pm.
byrdhousemarket.blogspot.com for details…
Spaghetti Dinner at Perly’s
If you’ve never joined friends and family for this annual WBCH event, you’ve missed out. All you can eat spaghetti, some famous rolls, great company, a happening part of Grace Street…you get all that for $15 per person and somehow manage to support the great work done by great people for great people at WBCH. Click here for details!
Ana Edwards, Manager
Byrd House Market & Library Programs
Grace Arents Library & Education Center
William Byrd Community House
www.wbch.org / 804.643.2717 ext.306