This coming Saturday from 7-11am you can bring things like insecticides, lawn and garden products, bleach, old computers and cell phones to our truck, which will be parked on Huidekoper Place at the corner of Benton Street (north side.) We’ll be deliverying them to the Department of Public Works (DPW) recycling station at Benning Road. We’ll accept items until the truck is full. Please check this list: Acceptable/Prohibited Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Items | dpw (dc.gov) and make sure to follow the guidance. We won’t be able to take anything that DPW may reject. This is not a bulk trash collection and we won’t be able to take any construction debris either. Paint is acceptable, but keep in mind that our local Sherwin-Williams paint store (corner of Wisconsin and S St.) accepts paint for recycling, too.
This is your chance to get rid of chemicals and electronic clutter before winter sets in!
Many thanks to those who have volunteered to help with this event. We can always use extra help, so please contact me if you want to assist!
Hey Glover Park! Drag your Halloween decorations out of storage! Bring your creepy creativity, your ghoulish visions, or your love of pumpkins, scarecrows and all things Fall– we want to see them all! Enter the Spooktacular Home Decorating Contest brought to you by the Glover Park Citizens Association. The contest is open to all Glover Park residents. By participating in the contest, your home will be placed on our Glover Park Halloween Tour Map to entertain local goblins. Decorations installed by a professional service will not be eligible. Entries will be posted for the public to vote on. Every winner gets a prize for their mastery, a photo in the next Glover Park Gazette and bragging rights. We can’t wait to see what you’ll come up with this year!
Want to be a judge instead? No worries – see details on voting below.
The contest is open to all Glover Park residents. Registration is FREE. Voting will begin on Sunday, October 24th so be sure your home is ready for consideration by then! REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!
- People’s Choice Award – Spookiest Home – 3842 Beecher St NW
- Most Original Award – 2415 Observatory Pl NW
- Most Creative Pumpkin Display – 3819 W St NW
Every winner gets a prize for their mastery, a photo in the next Glover Park Gazette and bragging rights. Winners will be announced Saturday, October 30th. Be sure to visit the winners on Halloween!
Entry must be Halloween-themed.
May not contain adult themes. Family friendly please.
Decorations installed by a professional service will not be eligible.
Decorations may include (but are not limited to):
- window displays (inside or outside)
- front porch displays
- entrance ways
- yard displays
- roof displays
For more information/questions, contact GPCA Secretary Andrea Cuba at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TAKE A TOUR OF GLOVER PARK’S SPOOKIEST AND MOST CREATIVE HALLOWEEN HOMES
Looking for a scary good time?! Walk/Drive by the most SPOOKTACTULAR homes in Glover Park and check out these haunted displays. And remember…. it’s always best when displayed in the dark (dusk until 9:00 p.m.)
- Glover Park SPOOKTACULAR Home Decorating Contest Interactive/PDF Map will be posted to on Glover Park Listserv on Saturday, October 23rd
Vote for your favorite home for each category. Voting begins Sunday, October 24th. A link to the voting form will be included with the map of the entries on the Glover Park Listserv on Saturday, October 23rd.
GPCA volunteers are gearing up to offer this fun event. PorchFest is a day when Glover Park’s own
musicians can take to the stage (porch) to perform for neighbors and we can dance in the street. The
event will kick off at Stoddert Elementary again with one of our favorite bands and then the fun will
continue on the corner of 39th and W. To share your talents with neighbors or chip in to help, contact
Lisa McCluskey, email@example.com. Stay tuned to the Glover Park Citizens’ Association website
and the listerv for details.