Our popular pop-up shop, located across the street from our Mt. Airy store, features an eclectic mix of locally made kitchenwares, housewares, vintage, jewelry, pottery, artwork, plants and more, every Friday from 3-7 p.m. and every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
When John Janick and his family moved into their first home with a real yard on Sedgwick Street in 2008, he sought information on how to make it bird friendly. Learning about the critical role of native plants in supporting wildlife started him on a new life venture that would eventually lead to his native plant nursery, Good Host Plants.
Turnout for the 2019 Weavers Way Board Election was the biggest on record! Many thanks to all who voted, and extra special thanks to all of the candidates who ran. We can't do this without you!
We put out a call for photos of how our cooperators shop or store the Co-op's bulk products, and we're thrilled to share the results. Check out our gallery, which includes submissions ranging from bulk beginners to seasoned experts, and be inspired!
Get an extra $2 for depositing $100 in your EasyPay account? Just use cash or check and get extra "house money" for your purchases at the Co-op!
Christina Maser Co., provider of “clean products for you and your home,” including award-winning jams and shrubs, soaps, scrubs and soy-wax candles, makes everything at its Lancaster, PA, production facility, where founder Gretchen Christina Maser ensures each meets her exacting standards.
When you shop the Co-op, don't forget your bag! Cooperator Peter Heacock produced this video to help celebrate Earth Day 2018 and encourage smart, eco-friendly shopping.
Phase II of our Together We Grow campaign was a great success! We raised $430,000 in member loans and $25,000 in increased member equity. Thank you to the 158 member households that participated in this second phase of our capital-raising campaign — we beat our goal, which was $400,000!
Main Line natives Ryan Williamson and Kevin O’Connor returned to the Big Island of Hawaii two years ago to continue their bee-hive product enterprise after several years of struggling to get their Delaware Valley bees to make enough honey to sell. So far, everyone’s doing fine, especially the bees.
One of Weavers Way's longest-running vendors, Fresh Tofu has been making organic tofu since the 1970s. Read all about this family-run company and learn how this 2,000-year-old vegetarian foodstuff is made in the 21st century.