We run a FreeStore on State Street. All items in the store are free. You are welcome to come and take whatever you might use. In this way we keep things out of landfills, support a reuse ethic, and help meet each others needs without the use of money through a gift economy.
A volunteer-led initiative of Transition Town Media that strives to create a community-wide circle of giving to encourage people to volunteer their talents and receive, in return, help with their unmet needs.
Writing Appreciation Notes
Our Annual Planning Summit on February 1st, 2020 was even more exciting than we had hoped! Thirty-six intrepid souls, TTM members as well as some of our favorite partners, joined us for a day-long exercise i ... read more →
Why celebrate the solstice? No matter what we believe, the earth moves the same for each of us. Celebrating the natural shift from darkness to light is a way to cut through all the holiday commercialization and emotional roller-coaster ride. Cel ... read more →
The 2019 Green Sunday Local, Handmade, Small Business Gift Fair…
is back again for its 8th year. Hosted by Transition Town Media, it’s part of our vision of a community that celebrates local talent creating handmade goods. It’s both a respon ... read more →
We had so much fun playing in the streets last year, we just had to do it again this year. Find specifics here!
The Media Environmental Advisory Council (EAC), Transition Town Media, Media Providence Friends School, Friends of Glen ... read more →
You’ve heard of the Great Media Garage Sale, right? That weekend in September when the neighborhoods of Media turn into garage-sale heaven? Eight years ago, Transition Town Media tried to help cut down on the Monday morning trash hang ... read more →
Chester Housing Authority’s Bennett Community Farm Inspired by Cuba
Farmer Natania Schaumburg at Chester’s Ruth Bennett Farm
This blog comes to us from Stefan Roots, blogger at Chester Matters blog, about the farming methods of Natania Schaumburg, farmer at the Ruth Bennett Farm in Chester, PA, inspi ... read more →
On the World Day of Social Justice, Feb 20th, MAC will co-host the documentary, Mayor of Graterford. Following the film will be a discussion of prison reform and life without parole sentencing in PA. The[...]
Who gives a damn about dam removal? We care! Local rivers were once teeming with American shad, a primary staple of the indigenous Lenape people. They have since had a unique importance in American history.[...]
Media Fellowship House is proud to partner with the Players Club of Swarthmore to bring an enhanced theatrical experience to our community. On February 20th, following the performance, Media Fellowship House’s Theater Speaks will have[...]
Join us for a tour of the National Museum of African American History & Culture. Pick-up options: Chester High School or Wallingford Presbyterian Church. Cost per seat: $65. Any amount per seat will be accepted.[...]
Bring your broken treasures and have them repaired by Phoenixville expert volunteers! Most items are welcome. We specialize in mendable clothing, lamps, small appliances, computers and other electronics, bikes, toys, and knife sharpening. If your[...]
The Philadelphia Transit Equity Coalition invites you to our second annual Transit Equity Day celebration. Join us for a two hour town hall-style discussion on how we can create a more equitable transportation system in[...]