Food Scrap Composting and Textile Recycling at Seasonal Farmers Markets

The Bronx is getting greener, thanks to the opening of nonprofit GrowNYC’s seasonal Bronx Borough Hall and Parkchester Greenmarkets, bringing more than just fresh, locally grown produce to the area. Every week shoppers at these farmers markets can recycle clothing and other textiles, and drop off kitchen scraps to be composted Bronx Borough Hall began accepting food scraps last year, in partnership with the NYC Department of Sanitation. Residents dropped 3,500 pounds of vegetable scraps,

Tree Lighting in Parkchester

According to their Community Calendar, Parkchester’s Tree Lighting Ceremony will be on December 7th 2011. If anyone has more info, please comment below.   Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend

Bare with me please :)

I want this blog to eventually become a staple in Bronx mom’s lives. I want this to be a go to for events, places, whatever. But I can’t do it alone. I’m a writer, a student, a babysitter and most importantly a mother and it’s never easy to keep up with so many projects. So please, bare with me while I find a way to better maintain this blog. I’m

The American Theatre in Parkchester

When Bri was a baby, we took her to three movies. The first two she did good, but when we went to see a movie in Imax and I had to walk out, she let us know the days of getting through a movie was over. But, a small theatre that is good for testing out the whole movie trip is The American Movie Theatre in Parkchester. It’s small, usually very uncrowded

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