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.
Our New Monthly Potlucks Start on February 19th with Hope in Action!
Our Annual Planning session in January was a big success! As usual, lots of ideas surfaced and lots of discussion ensued but a few ideas really grew legs. One of them was that we wanted to start having monthly events again and that they should, whene ... read more →
Our 2018 Annual Planning session (Sat, Jan 27, 2018) was packed with energy, ideas, and enthusiasm – 30 folks highly-motivated to do good things for ourselves and our planet!
We started with a few exercises to get us in the right frame of mind – ... read more →
We love ending the year with our beautiful Winter Solstice Celebration. It brings people together to share a sacred state of mind, a commitment to peace and understanding, and a celebration of life, love, and joy. This year’s Solstice Celebrati ... read more →
TTM was pleased to take part in a Bicycle Repair Clinic on Dec 16, 2017, held in collaboration with our friends at Chester Made, a new and exciting maker-space in Chester. The DIY clinic was intended to teach participants basic bike repair as their ... read more →
We were thrilled with the success of our 2017 Green Sunday Holiday Craft 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 grac ... read more →
The Gratitude Potluck Banquet Celebration of 2017 was a warm, reflective, beautiful, fun evening, as we had hoped. We had several requests to share the short program delivered by Sari Steuber, Kathie Leighton, and Aleisa Myles, and crafted with hel ... read more →
“Filmmakers are essentially storytellers and I believe every kid has a compelling story to share with the world”. – Hezekiah Lewis Instructors: Hezekiah Lewis Darryl Ridgeway Cost: $175, 10 weeks Location: Media Youth Center Wednesdays:[...]
In the current era of large corporations creating and satisfying (meeting) consumer demand through mono-culture and “big ag” technology, there is a revolution, of sorts, to eat local and organic, protect the diversity of foods, identify[...]
Broomall’s Lake Country Club’s (BLCC) leadership is planning to build 16 housing units on the Broomall Lake site to avert Media Borough Council’s plan to rezone the area from residential to MERC (Municipal, Educational, Recreational,[...]
In celebration of African-American History Month, Mr. Mlanjeni shares an adventure to the mountain Kilimanjaro. Everything he has is in the box his grandmother left, but the puppet in the box refuses to share with[...]
Traveling Quaker minister Debbie Humphries shares insights from her years of traveling among Friends contained in her new book, Seeds that Change the World: Essays on Quakerism, Spirituality, Faith and Culture. Books will be available for[...]
This event includes lunch. Contributions towards the cost of lunch can be given through Eventbrite or at the door. Childcare will be provided. This workshop-style event will include: – Sharing a meal and getting to know[...]
Secure computer recycling and data destruction event. Anything with a plug! Desktop, laptops, tablets, servers, hard drives (On-site hard drive and cell phone data destruction will be offered for $10 each) LCD monitors Cell phones,[...]