OPUSD SUSTAINABILITY FAIR AND RECYCLING EVENTOak Park High School, 899 North Kanan Road, Oak Park, CA 91377
Saturday, February 4thNOTE: Rain Dates February 11th and March 11thSUSTAINABILITY SHOWCASE from 10 – 2 pm (OPHS Great Lawn)
- Captain Carl’s Living Tide Pool
- Education Through Nature: Live reptiles, arachnids, insects and a hedgehog!
- Nature of Wild Works: Non-releasable wild animals native to California
- Wings of Discovery: Non-releasable wild birds
BUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS:
- Mini-Solar Cars: Build your own and take it home! For all ages!
- CReATE Studio: Recycled Materials Craft Project
- The Discovery Center: Build Your Own Scribble Machine
- Oak Park Community Gardeners: Sunflower Seed Pots
- OPUSD Garden Specialist Debra Leith: Garden Cuttings Workshop
RECYCLING DRIVE from 9 am – 2 pm (OPHS parking lot)
- Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers and Native Plants
- Owl Box Woodshop and Kit Sale: Eagle Scout project
- National Park Service: Living with nature as our neighbor
- Plug in America: Test drives of the newest electric cars
- Pedego Electric Bikes: Ride the latest electric bikes(16 and up, bring ID)
- Cuttings for Sale: Herbs and more from OPUSD gardens
- Poison Free Malibu: Rodenticide Education
- Southern CA Edison: Improving energy efficiency in homes
- Triunfo Sanitation: Water-wise strategies and giveaways
- Enhanced Landscape Management: Drought-tolerant landscaping
- Sustainable Art Showcase: Art created by MCMS Students
- VEX Robotics Competition: MCMS Gym.
Did you know all items below should not go to a landfill?
FOOD FOR SALE (located near the Pavilion)Click here for details about what is recyclable.Questions? Email Keyla Treitman at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Electronics (anything with a plug) and batteries
- Clothing / Shoes / Rugs (and other textiles)
- Expired / Unwanted Medications and Liquids
- Prescription Eyeglasses and/or Cases
- On-Site Paper Shredding (first 3 boxes per car free, $5/box thereafter)
- CDs, DVDs, VHS Tapes, and their cases
- Ink/toner cartridges, small electronics like cameras, cell phones, etc.