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Recycling

  1. Zone 4 Recycling Pickup: Paper

    October 18, 2018, All Day

    Weekly recycling pickup for Zone 4 is on Thursdays. Livingston's recycling collector is Waste Industries, LLC.

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  2. Register by 12 PM for Friday's Metal Collection

    October 18, 2018, 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    Register up until noon on any Thursday for Metal Collection the next day, Friday. Metal items will be picked up every Friday other than holidays. Register by phone, email, or Service Request. Provide your name, address and a brief description of the metal item(s).

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Senior, Youth & Leisure Services

  1. Creativity Blooms

    October 18, 2018, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Livingston Senior/Community Center (LSCC)

    Felted Wool Purse Use reclaimed felted wool sweaters and T shirts to make a small, purse with a strap. Create the body of the bag from wool, the strap from braided T-shirts, then further embellish with various colors and patterns of scrap wool and buttons. “CREATIVITY BLOOMS” is an opportunity that can grow and “bloom” organically dependent on the interest and experience of the participants involved. Despite a sample product is always presented, and executed, at times the objective takes place in the process, (experimental in nature), allowing play to explore the materials’ capabilities and limitations. **All materials are provided

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  2. Wood'n Drums for Stress Relief Workshop

    October 18, 2018, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Livingston Senior/Community Center (LSCC)

    This workshop will be presented by life-long musician, Mark Woods. Mark, whose down-to-earth style puts people at ease, facilitates a drumming experience that creates a sense of community and unity in which deep relaxation, joy and healing takes place. Mark facilitates numerous drum circles and teaches workshops in local communities. He provides health/wellness drumming experiences to cancer support groups, mental health facilities, hospitals, special needs mentoring programs, autism/ADD/ADHD and the visually impaired.

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