Want To Laugh? Go Get Your Tickets.

A new comedy from Eve Ensler, the author of The Vagina Monologues, O.P.C. is an exploration of consumption and politics that asks, “How are we to survive as a species if we insist on destroying the world we love?” opc-web-wide
A dumpster-diving freegan is doing just fine squatting in an abandoned apartment, but when her mother, a candidate running for the Senate, tries to make her toe the party line, radicalism comes into collision with mainstream liberalism. Mother and daughter wrestle with the inconvenient truths at the heart of consumer culture, tossed between political compromise and “obsessive political correctness.”

The performances will be at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) in the Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle Street, Harvard Square, starting November 28 and running through January 4, 2015.

ASL Interpreted performances: December 30 @ 7:30PM and January 4 @ 2PM
Audio Described performances: December 30 @ 7:30PM and January 3 @ 2:00PM
Ticket are available from $25.00 at the Box Office (617.547.8300) or here.

Tomorrow night

catch the “Politically Incorrect: Feminism and the Future of the Planet” discussion with Eve Ensler and Timothy Patrick McCarthy, at 7PM @ Farkas Hall, 12 Holyoke Street. This discussion is free and open to the public.

See You Saturday at the Wellesley MarketPlace

find me at the marketplace

Sustainable Wellesley will be at the 2014 Wellesley Marketplace. Please come find us at booth #400 in the main corridor.

Çome see if your home is solar suitable for free. Find out about no cost energy audits, local renewable energy options, free thermal imaging reports, great looking holiday lights as well as reasons to Be Idle Free.

Dont forget to grab a Child or Adult checklist and see how far you can go! We challenge you. You will be thankful you did.

Lots of upcycled vendors there that day too.

See you this Saturday, 9-4 at the Wellesley Middle School.

Recycling Makes $ense!

recycles day

Saturday was America Recycle’s Day.

We live in a community with a world class recycling facility. A portion of the profits from the Wellesley RDF go into the general fund which funds many things here in Wellesley, including the schools. By increasing the amount we recycle, we will have more money to – literally – invest in our Town.

Many of us do not think of “garbage” as a way to make money for our community but we should.

Recycle, reuse and renew. It makes $en$e!