Jessica Claire Haney

Earth Day, all week (or month)

Posted April 27th, 2013 by Jessica Haney in Green, Uncategorized

If it’s spring, that means everyone is talking about the environment. A number of schools and jurisdictions recently held events related to Earth Day. Among my wanderings with my kiddos this past week were the Wetlands Festival at Campbell Elementary School that celebrated the school building a Wetlands Learning Lab […]

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Eating green(s) for health

Posted October 26th, 2012 by Jessica Haney in Green, Health

Eating green(s) for health

I didn’t expect to be blown away. The main reason I went out to a free class by Green Smoothie Girl Robyn Openshaw a few nights ago was to hand over a banner and other Holistic Moms Network materials to the new Burke/Springfield chapter‘s co-leader Lisa, who was going to […]

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Go, armed, to ‘God of Carnage’

Posted June 21st, 2012 by Jessica Haney in Entertainment, Living, Parenting, Theater

How’s this for a first date night in two years: a play that shows parents – and spouses – for the crazy souls we all really are inside. My husband and I didn’t know a whole lot about Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning play God of Carnage, except that it was […]

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Events and committees address green schools and spaces

Posted April 3rd, 2012 by Jessica Haney in Green, Living

All around Northern Virginia, schools and counties are going green in a variety of ways. On March 3, the year-old non-profit organization NoVa Outside put on its first Green Schools Expo at George Mason University. With some 24 public schools in attendance, along with more than a dozen non-profits, government […]

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