Paint Recycling Event in Thornton Coloradoans who have unwanted paint and especially residents and businesses of Thornton and surrounding communities are invited to come to Thornton’s …
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Paint Recycling Event in Thornton
Coloradoans who have unwanted paint and especially residents and businesses of Thornton and surrounding communities are invited to come to Thornton’s Infrastructure Maintenance Center at 12450 Washington St. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 27 to drop off their unwanted paint for recycling.
The event is sponsored by PaintCare, a non-profit organization that runs similar paint recycling programs across Colorado and by Adams County and the city of Thornton. This is the fourth year for the event.
Organizers will accept unwanted cans of house paint, stains, primers, sealers and clear top coatings (varnish and shellac). For more information about the recycling event and to secure a time to attend visit https://www.paintcare.org/thornton/. The event will be held rain or shine.
North Metro Fire, Northglenn Police seek BBQ teams
North Metro Fire Rescue District and Northglenn Police Department are firing up their BBQ smokers and going head-to-head alongside other cook-off teams to raise money for fallen and seriously injured first responders.
The two agencies are seeking teams to join them in the 2nd Annual Red and Blue BBQ Cook-Off from noon to 4 p.m. June 1 at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn.
The inaugural event last year raised more than $8,500, which was donated to Colorado Concerns of Police Survivors and Colorado Professional Firefighters Foundation.
The Cook-Off will feature a whole hog competition between the host departments, a BBQ cook-off competition among all teams, live music, kids’ activities, vendor booths, a beer/wine tent and an opportunity for the community to sample BBQ from the teams while supporting the cause.
There’s no charge to enter a team, but anyone wishing to sample BBQ from the teams will need to purchase $3 tickets.
Childhood education offered at Front Range
Front Range Community College and the Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County are hosting a free event educational event about the power for play from 10 a.m. to noon April 6 from 10 a.m to noon at the college’s Westminster campus.
The seminar includes a key-note presentation, interactive learning experiences and opportunities for networking and connecting with others. Attendees are eligible for two clock hours of training accepted by the Colorado Department of Human Services licensing requirements.
Organizers expect approximately 100 total caregivers, children, and families to attend the event. Registration is limited and will be based on a first come, first serve basis. Register at the partnership’s website, www.ecpac.org/events/the-power-of-play/.
For sponsorship information or questions email Mernie Rosenberg at email@example.com.
Large item collection in Westminster
Westminster is hosting a curbside collection clean up on Saturdays between April 20 and May 4 to pick up bulky items, old furniture, mattresses, carpeting, home construction debris and yard waste.
Collections are divided up in districts. The area Westminster south of 104th and east of U.S. 36 will be collected on April 20.
The area north of 104th and east of U.S 36 will be collected on April 27.
The area west of U.S. 36 will be collected on May 4. Visit the city’s website for more information about collections at www.cityofwestminster.us/LargeItemCleanUp.
Registration costs $30 per household and can be done beginning online April 2. Debris piles must not be more than four-feet wide, four-feet tall and eight-feet long and must be marked for “Westminster Large Item Clean up.” Items should be placed parallel to the curb alongside the driveway — not in it — and should be placed before 7 a.m. on the collection day. Items that are too heavy for two people to lift will be left behind.
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