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Beaches Go Green (BGG) is partnering with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) to present the “Movies that Matter” educational series. We will be presenting FREE inspirational & educational documentaries to the beach community sponsored by local business partners. We will host a resource panel to answer questions and discuss related topics before and after the film. Our first movie – A PLASTIC OCEAN is sponsored by 200 1st Street, Neptune Beach and will be held outdoors in the courtyard. Attendees will be able to purchase food, drinks, etc from Southern Grounds during the event.
REPUBLIC SERVICES RECYCLING PLANT TOUR – 7000 Imeson Road, Jax. This is a private tour for Beaches Go Green & our partners! Very informative– highly recommend it if you can come!
You MUST wear CLOSED TOED shoes!!!!!
School age children are welcome – please remember that this is a loud and stinky working recycling plant with heavy machinery.
If you have questions or want to schedule your own tour – please contact Tiffany Williams at Republic Services @ 904-999-3045.
REPUBLIC SERVICES RECYCLING PLANT TOUR – 7000 Imeson Road. 10am. This is a private tour for Beaches Go Green & our partners! Very informative – highly recommend it if you can come!
You MUST wear CLOSED TOED shoes!!!!!
School-age children are welcome – please remember that it is a loud, stinky working facility with heavy machinery.
If you are interested in scheduling your own tour: Please contact Tiffany Williams at Republic Services @ 904-999-3045.
Thank you to our sponsor Florida Prepaid for providing these excellent college savings plans. We know, we know: It’s summer, and school is the last thing anyone is thinking about right now. But we also try keep some educational activities in our summer vacation, right? So don’t miss out on your last chance to take […]
Thank you to Florida Prepaid College Savings Plans for this kicking off summer with this wonderful 529 Savings Plan offer! It’s summer, school is out, and parents across the First Coast have a lot on their minds: summer camps, rainy day activities, ways to beat the heat, park hops. If you haven’t been thinking about […]
For parents, how to educate their children is one of the most nerve-wracking decisions they will make. There are so many choices, it can make your head spin: public school, private school, homeschool! How do you know which one is right for your family? It doesn’t help matters, either, that how you educate your children […]
This information on giving your child a brighter future is brought to you by Florida Prepaid College Savings Plans. It’s a new year, and so across the world, people are making New Year’s resolutions. While people typically vow to do something like lose more weight or pick up a new hobby, what if this year, […]
Disclosure :: We are frequently asked about early childhood programs and recommendations for child care, preschools and schools in Jacksonville. Our hope is that this guide will make things easier in your search for the best fit for your family. This guide is brought to you by our many child care, preschool and school sponsors! Thank you to those that participated […]
It was last spring… we were snacking at a picnic table, shrouded from the afternoon sun by the shade of a large oak tree. Afternoon soccer practice would start soon. Kids were playing on the playground at a distance. His little sister was napping in the car 10 feet away. Other than a few lazy […]
Teacher Appreciation Week takes place the first full week of May. As mentioned in my previous post, I Heart My Teacher!, educators play an important role in our children’s lives. For a profession that shapes our future generation and will leave a lasting impression, there’s often little thanks or gratitude shown. So even though we […]
It was almost three years ago to the day that the talks about sending my first child to preschool began. He was only 15 months old at the time, and as a stay at home mom this was something that had never even crossed my mind. I soon realized there was immense pressure to send […]