Vienna Offers E-Recycling, Dec. 5
The Town of Vienna is now offering a new recycling service for residents. Starting Dec. 5, citizens may drop off electronics to be recycled as part of the Town’s quarterly car battery and used motor oil recycling day from 8 a.m.–2 p.m. at the Northside Property Yard, 600 Mill Street NE.
Susan Stillman, chairman of the Community Enhancement Commission says, “Electronic components can be readily recycled and reused. By making e-recycling more convenient for Town residents, Vienna ups its game on becoming a more sustainable community."
Motor oil, antifreeze, and car batteries also may be dropped off for recycling on Saturday, Dec. 5. The Town has collected approximately 325 gallons of waste oil, 18 gallons of antifreeze, and nine automotive batteries through recycling this year. This free service is for Vienna residents only. For more information, call the Department of Public Works at 703-255-6380 or visit www.viennava.gov.
Meet the Artists at 1st Stage
1st Stage hosts the work of Dennis Crayon and Susan La Mont as the featured artists during the run of “Harvey,” now on stage. Their work can be viewed in the front lobby gallery until Dec. 20. Visual artists’ work is displayed to correspond with each production in the season and enhances the theater-going experience.
Dennis Crayon is an award-winning artist who has shown his work in both New England and the Mid-Atlantic states. Susan La Mont has a BFA from Pratt Institute, a graduate degree in Illustration from Syracuse University and a doctorate in higher education.
Patrons of the theater and others can meet the artists at a wine and cheese reception at on Dec. 5 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. That day will include “Harvey” performances at 2 and 8 p.m. General admission tickets for season productions are $30. Senior (65+) tickets are $26 and student /military tickets are $15. Subscriptions and Flex Passes are available for savings of up to 30 percent off regular price tickets. Tickets, Subscriptions, and Flex Passes can be purchased online at www.1ststagetysons.org or by calling the 1st Stage box office at 703-854-1856.