Annual Calendar of Events


Following is an overview of major events that KGVB conducts each year, some of which are in partnership with the City of Grapevine.  To get details on specific events, see the interactive calendar on our Upcoming Events page here.  

March - Household Hazardous Waste and Recycling Event

This event provides Grapevine residents the opportunity to recycle household products such as paints, fertilizers, oil, cleaning products, electronics, household items, printer cartridges, eyeglasses and shredding of documents. Educational expo accompanies the event and includes a variety of companies that provide recycling services and products. Free food and drinks will also be made available.

April - Don't Mess With Texas Trash-Off

The Don't Mess with Texas Trash-Off serves as Texas’ signature event! In 2013, 2,166 Don't Mess with Texas Trash-Off events were held across the state, featuring more than 89,000 volunteers. All told, 7,403 miles of highway were cleared of litter and debris, totaling over seven and a half million pounds of trash!

April - Earth Week Activities

Keep Grapevine Beautiful is partnering with local businesses to do park rehabilitation and litter pickup during work hours.  Also, located at Town Square Gazebo (325 S. Main St.) in downtown Grapevine, KGVB hosts a fun family event that features local vendors, educational presentations, crafts and information on environmentally friendly living and shopping local.  Held in partnership with Convention & Visitor’s Bureau and Farmer’s Market of Grapevine.     

October - Fall Sweep

Fall Sweep is held in partnership with Keep Texas Beautiful.  Volunteers conduct litter pickup, recycling collection and beautification projects throughout the community.  We engage school groups, businesses, churches, individuals and civic organizations to join our efforts.  Lunch is served and drawings are held at the end of the event. 

 

November - America Recycles Day

A nationally recognized day in the USA dedicated to encouraging Americans to recycle and to buy recycled products. This event provides Grapevine residents the opportunity to recycle household products such as electronics, household items, printer cartridges, eyeglasses, Styrofoam, mattresses and shredding of documents.  Accompanying this event will be an educational expo to include a variety of companies that provide recycling services and products. Free food and drinks will also be made available.

November - Arbor Day Celebration

Volunteers plant trees and native plants where beautification and preservation is most needed.  We also make a concentrated effort to remove invasive species plants.  

 

 

Water is Awesome – Conservation Tips to Keep Texas Water on Tap

Can you imagine what life would be like without water?  It is not a pretty picture.  Fortunately, investments in water have given us the quality of life we have today.  Increased population, potential drought and water quality concerns are putting pressure on future water supplies but there are things we can all do to help keep water on tap.  This lecture will focus on regional water supplies, future growth, why water is awesome, and everyday resources to save water at your home. Go here to let us know you are attending. 

Date: Wednesday, January 22

Time:  7:00 -8:00 PM

Location:  REC Stage Classroom, 1175 Municipal Way

 


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