Keep Prince William Beautiful Upcoming Events

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Provided by Keep Prince William Beautiful

Volunteer with Keep Prince William Beautiful! Or, stop by one of the outreach and community engagement events (when it’s safe to do so, of course)! To receive updates about upcoming volunteer opportunities, click here!

Events

The August cleanup with the Town of Haymarket was cancelled due to thunderstorms, so we’re planning a fun cleanup for September!  The details are still being finalized. Be sure to follow the KPWB Facebook page to find out the details.

Upcoming events:

Movies at the Pfitz
Sept. 19. Gates open at 6:30 p.m.; the movie starts at 8:15 p.m.

This is a drive-in theater style event at the Pfitzner Stadium Parking Lot, 7 County Complex, Woodbridge.  “Jurassic Park” will be showing.  For more details, send KPWB an email or take a peek at the flyer.  Registration will open soon!

Trash Run at the EDGE
For the September Community Cleanup, KPWB is partnering with the EDGE at George Mason University
Sept. 20, time TBD
Registration will open soon!

Fix-It Fair
Oct. 17, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Registration and details will be announced mid-September, but get this (free) event on your calendars. You won’t want to miss it!

A Community Project

A community project KPWB is involved with has been awarded funding from the NOAA Marine Debris Prevention Grant.

KPWB is partnering with George Mason University, Prince William County Schools, PWC Soil and Water Conservation District, and the Prince William County Department of Public Works on a two-year pilot program developed to reduce the amount of single use plastic bottles used within our schools, and utlimately, our community.  Details will be shared soon.

Adopt-a-Spot

KPWB is looking for volunteers to step forward to adopt a few spots and help keep them free from litter.  Click on each road name to see a map of the area:

1. Featherstone/Blackburn Road

2. Olympic Lane

3. Sanders Lane

For the Adopt-a-Spot program, adopters need to complete and report four cleanups per year.  In exchange, you get a sign (example below) with you or your group’s name on it for all the world (or at least, all observant drivers passing by) to see.

Adopt a Spot, KPWB

 

 

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