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.
Here we are at 2020—a very auspicious year! It’s an exciting time—filled with the exciting possibilities of a new decade—but also a sobering one, given that science tells us that this decade is our last chance to get it right for our p ... 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 Providenc ... 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 →
The Racial Justice Group will explore Robin D’Angelo’s White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism. DiAngelo explores how white fragility develops, how it protects racial inequality, and what we can do[...]
If you’ve suffered a serious loss, you know that grief can feel like a wilderness. Is there a compass to navigate this holy madness? If so, what would North be? Author Patricia McKernon Runkle will[...]
The Media Arts Council is pleased to welcome back Better Than Bacon Improv. Voted “Best Comedy Troupe – Critics Choice” by Main Line Today, Better Than Bacon performs in completely unscripted improvisational games, which are[...]
The Movement for Black Lives, Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me, and the Equal Justice Initiative’s Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration and National Memorial for Peace and Justice (i.e., lynching memorial) have all[...]