August 8, 2020 at 8:00 – 4:00 AM
Saturday, August 8, 2020, is the day for all of us to set up tables, in our yards, and sidewalks in front of our businesses, for one GIANT TOWN-WIDE YARD SALE! NOW is the time to clean out our basements, attics, closets and garages … and NOW you have the opportunity to sell what you can’t use before our “Clean-up Days”.
Here are the details:
- Hours of operation are from 8am-4pm on Saturday, August 8, 2020
- YOU DO NOT NEED A PERMIT. We’ve already done that for you!
The annual Garrison Day Show and Sale, held in the beautiful green central parks of Beaver, is one of the community’s largest, most exciting and visible events each year, drawing more than 10,000 visitors annually. Garrison Day, named in honor of the military garrison stationed at Fort McIntosh in the late 1700s, involves hundreds of arts and crafts and antiques vendors, a variety of food and refreshments.
For information on how to obtain exhibit or food vendor space, contact event coordinator Linda McGaffic – 724-544-0477. Exhibitor Registration Form
5th Annual Beaver Wine Festival Third Street, Beaver. Fifteen local wineries will be fully staffed and ready to serve and sale their products. Enjoy live music, food and other vendors in Beaver’s beautiful parks. Must be 21+ to participate. $25. 2-7 P.M.
Beaver Tales will celebrate it’s twelth year with four exciting storytellers on Friday, September 18 in Irvine Park at the Gazebo at 7:00 pm. It’s FREE!! Bring your family! Bring a blanket or a lawn chair.
For additional information please click on the link https://beaverheritage.org/event/beaver-tales-storytelling/
Brady’s Run Park – Recycling Center
All Household Chemical Collection events are held on Saturdays, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, rain or shine. Participant fee: $3.00 per gallon, cash only (a few exceptions apply).
Household Chemical Wastes are waste products produced in our homes that are hazardous in nature, but are not regulated as hazardous waste under federal and state laws. They are typically left over products that are no longer usable, leftover, or unwanted. You can identify a product as hazardous by words such as CAUTION, WARNING, POISON, or FLAMMABLE on the label.
Each person in Pennsylvania produces an average of four pounds of chemical waste each year for a total of about 25,000 tons/yr. statewide. If carelessly managed, these consumer waste products can create environmental and public health hazards.
What is Household Chemical Waste
Household Chemical Waste generally falls into six categories:
Cleaning Products: aerosols, bathroom cleaners, drain cleaners, chlorine bleach, solvents, spot removers, toilet cleaners, oven cleaners, rug and floor cleaners, furniture polish.
Auto Maintenance: car waxes, starting fluids, solvent cleaners, antifreeze, repair products, batteries, brake fluid, motor oil, and gasoline.
Home Environment and Improvement Supplies: oil based stains and paints, caulking, varnish, paint thinners, chemical strippers, fire extinguishers, flea collars and sprays, insect repellents, insecticides, kerosene, lighter fluid, lye, mothballs, and pool chemicals.
Hobby Products: glues, paints, stains, finishes, contact cement, and photographic chemicals.
Personal Care and Pharmaceuticals: nail polish and remover, hair color, prescription and over-the-counter drugs, and mercury thermometers.
Lawn and Garden Care: weed and pest killers, herbicides, fungicides, and other lawn chemicals.