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.
Were you at the Take Action Fair on March 18th? It was an amazing event – 35 or more organizations at tables, sharing who they are and what they do. Hundreds of folks eager to learn about them and find a niche they could fill. There was quite l ... read more →
Noting the unique capacity of happiness to unify people of all ages and backgrounds throughout the United States, Gross National Happiness USA (GNHUSA) today announced open registration for its third annual International Day of Happiness Dinners proj ... read more →
Our Annual Planning session, held this year on Jan 14th, 2017, combines a look back at what we accomplished in the past year (see our 2016 Year in Review blog), a visioning exercise, and then a brainstorming session to elicit ideas for projects for t ... read more →
We’re were thrilled with the success of our 2016 Green Sunday Holiday Fair! Having it at the spacious gym at Media Providence Friends School was such a treat—it made it seem all the more festive. The staff and board members at the School were gracio ... read more →
Join Transition Town Media for a rich and soulful celebration of the Winter Solstice on Sunday, Dec 18th, 2016, 7:00 PM, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County, 145 W. Rose Tree Rd, Media.
Why celebrate solstice? No matter what we be ... read more →
The Solarize Greater Media campaign was envisioned by the TTM Energy Group in early 2015 as a way to promote renewable solar energy by making it easier and cheaper to obtain. Nearly 2 years later, it’s finally winding down. A lot of work by som ... read more →
The Steering Group is the governing body of Transition Town Media. Comprised of representatives of each of the current Working Groups, the officers of TTM, and any other interested and committed members of TTM, this[...]
Take a culinary escape to Southern Italy on March 28th and dine with us at Ariano in Media. They have great happy hour specials for after-work crowds and a dinner menu featuring an extensive selection[...]
Redistricting & Representation – How to Solve Pennsylvania’s Gerrymandering Problem, presented by Carol Kuniholm, Co-chair, Fair Districts PA, and Election Reform Specialist, League of Women Voters of PA. Learn more about FAIR DISTRICT PA’s call[...]
A lecture by Stephen Zunes. Free and Open to the Public! (reservations required; livestreaming will be available for this event). Those who register in advance for Barn seating will receive a 10% discount coupon for FGC QuakerBooks[...]
On June 8,1931, a 16-year-old African-American teenager — Alexander McClay Williams — became the youngest person to date to be executed in Pennsylvania’s electric chair for a crime that he could not possibly have committed.[...]
Independent films from a diverse group of filmmakers and cultures, like those we select for the Media Film Festival, remind us that whether we are watching an animated film from Iran or a comedy made[...]