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April 14, 2024

Calendar Picks: ‘Heart’ tribute band, ‘My Fair Lady’ and more

Get out and enjoy what San Benito County has to offer in the coming days. Here are just a few of the local activities happening locally:

Hazardous waste drop: The John Smith Road Landfill hosts Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection events to allow San Benito County residents to lawfully dispose of household hazardous waste that is not accepted by the landfill. There is no charge for dropping off HHW during a collection event. HHW items are any unused or leftover portions of products containing toxic chemicals. These products are often labeled with warnings of poison, danger, caution, warning, or other precautionary statements. Any hazardous waste that you use in your home, yard, or garage, including automotive fluids (oil, gas, etc.), can be brought to HHW collection events. For additional information on collection programs, call the San Benito County Integrated Waste Management Regional Agency at (831) 636-4170.

Water-wise garden workshop: The Water Resources Association of San Benito County is presenting a free workshop entitled, “How to Care for an Established Water-Wise Garden” on July 14. The workshop is set for 10 a.m. to noon July 14 at the San Benito County Water District, 30 Mansfield Road. According to an announcement on the workshop: Lisa Mc Andrews, who taught horticulture at Cabrillo College for 36 years, will be leading this workshop In addition to her teaching experience, Lisa has a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of California at Berkeley. New homeowners with drought-tolerant landscapes Those wanting to transform their landscapes to be water-wise.

‘Heart’ tribute at Guerra: Hollister Concerts at Guerra Cellars presents Dog N Butterfly Tribute to Heart. Opening act by Southbound and Company Tribute to Lynyrd Skynard. It is set for 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. For more, go to hollisterconcerts.com.

‘My Fair Lady’ at Granada: The San Benito Stage Company presents the musical at 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday and then again for the next two weekends. For more on the production, go here.

See more local events on the Calendar here.