Saturday, May 20, 2017

Recycling Day at Westwood Shopping Center today 1:00-3:00 PM in Bethesda

Recycling Day at the Westwood Shopping Center. This doesn't refer to Perkins Eastman recycling their architectural design for the McMillan Sand Filtration Site in D.C for the future Westwood Shopping Center, but rather an opportunity to shred documents and recycle a number of accepted electronic items today, Saturday, May 20, from 1:00-3:00 PM.

You can also donate gently-used towels and linens for a good cause - they will be distributed to those in need by the National Center for Children and Families.

Reward your generosity and environmental stewardship by buying lunch from the Rolling Brick Pizza truck that will be on hand, or dessert from the Kona Ice truck. There will also be games like cornhole and life-size checkers, and live music by the Ken Fischer Duo.

Most of all, don't forget to patronize the many small businesses at the shopping center while you are there, ranging from Anglo Dutch Pools and Toys to Westwood Pet Center. Get a haircut at the famous Westwood Barber Shop, or drop off some dry cleaning at Fashion Craft cleaners.

The event will be located in the parking lot near Rite Aid.

Westwood Shopping Center
5400 Westbard Avenue


Anonymous said...

Your mention of the McMillan filtration site reminds me of the 1970s series "McMillan and Wife". McMillain was played by Rock Hudson. He died of AIDS.

Anonymous said...

Looks like The Washington Post is reliving their Watergate-era glory days!

Anonymous said...

Recycling Westwood Shopping Center in 2018.

Turning Garbage Into Gold!

Anonymous said...

Develop westbard. DEVELOP!!! Developers! (Steve ballmer video needed here to give dyer nightmares)

Robert Dyer said...

10:34: Just the opposite - extracting the gold and value out of the hills of "Westbard," and leaving the wreckage behind for the residents to deal with. Sad!