Tips from Rumpke Waste & Recycling on how to dispose of your pumpkins once they've worn out their welcome on your porch. 🎃Pumpkins are a staple of fall decor. But, once they start to ripen, it doesn't take long for them to wear out their welcome. When it comes time for disposal, you have a few options:
Consider backyard composting. Simply remove all candles, lighting, and decorations. Smash or cut it into small pieces and place it in the compost pile. No compost pile? Start your own by digging a hole and covering it with dirt and leaves!
If composting isn’t an option, simply place it in a bag in your trash can; no need for any yard waste or recycling containers. Simply keep in mind weight guidelines in your neighborhood (typically 50 lbs. per can or bag of trash). Happy fall, y’all! ... See MoreSee Less
The McCoy Center for the Arts has proudly served our New Albany community for more than a decade. The McCoy Center’s Board of Directors, a community-led group of volunteers, is researching ways to expand the city’s future arts experiences. Your input matters. Please consider responding to a 10-minute survey about your arts experiences and preferences. All responses are anonymous and survey participants will be eligible to enter a drawing for a $50 Visa Card. ... See MoreSee Less
Please help the McCoy Center Board, a community-led group of volunteers, envision how to expand our art offerings and continue to set high standards for local arts experiences in New Albany and surrounding areas.
The McCoy Center for the Arts will host a special community Halloween screening of Ghostbusters (rated PG) on Saturday, October 31. Per the Governor’s order, the audience will be limited to 15% of capacity and patrons will be asked to follow safety protocols including socially-distanced seating and mandatory face coverings. Tickets are $5 and must be pre-purchased through the McCoy Center at www.mccoycenter.org/mccoy-news/ghostbusters-1984... See MoreSee Less