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Coming up this week in Elk Grove March 4, 2019

Elk Grove Week at a Glance

Week of March 4, 2019

Key Dates

3/06/19              Food Truck Mania (Old Town Plaza, 5:00 pm)

3/10/19              Animal Adoption Event (Petco, 11:00 am)

March 10-13      Tire Collection Days at the Special Waste Collection Center

3/11/19              Historic Preservation Committee Meeting (Council Chambers, 6:30 pm)

3/12/19              Youth Commission Meeting (Council Chambers, 6:00 pm)

3/13/19              City Council Meeting (Council Chambers, 6 pm)

3/15/19              Deadline for Nominations: Mayor’s Volunteer Awards

3/15/19              Lost in the 50s Musical Revue (Sun Grove Church, 7:00 pm)

3/16/19              Oil Filter Exchange Event (O’Reilly’s Auto Parts on EG Blvd., 10:00 am)

Community Calendar of Upcoming Events
http://www.elkgrovecity.org/city_hall/city_government/calendar

Council Meeting Agendas:

http://www.elkgrovecity.org/city_hall/city_government/city_council/council_meetings/agendas_minutes/

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Get “Lost in the 50’s”

Enjoy classic rock n’ roll at a live musical revue hosted by the Elk Grove Arts Commission on March 15 at Sun Grove Church. You’ll be taken back to an era when rock n’ roll dominated the airwaves at an evening of classic crooners and songs. Tickets are $10 per person. For more information, visitwww.elkgrovecity.org.

Get a Free Oil Filter at Recycling Event Next Saturday

Each year California generates 67 million used automotive filters per year. Filters are considered hazardous waste and are banned from landfills, however, they are also completely recyclable. If you’re a Do-It-Yourselfer, consider taking advantage of the filter exchange event on Saturday, March 16 from 10 am to 1 pm at O’Reilly Auto Parts at 8751 Elk Grove Blvd. You’ll dispose of and recycle your filter the right way and walk away with a brand new free filter, it’s a win-win!

Franklin High School’s Plastics Club Wants Your Dried Out Markers
Students in Franklin High School’s Plastics Club invite you to bring your dried up markers, highlighters, permanent markers, and dry erase markers to City Hall for recycling. Pens collected at City Hall and Franklin High School will be given to Crayola’s Colorcycle, a recycling program that re-purposes used markers into useful materials for roofing and other uses. The Franklin High Plastics Club Pen Recycling Bin is located inside City Hall at 8401 Laguna Palms Way. Contributions can be dropped any time Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. For details, contact Gwen Rubio at (916) 425-7414.

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