Co-op News

Harvest on Henry is fall fun on the farm for all ages, with food, live music, pumpkin games, hayrides, farm animals and more at the Henry Got Crops Farm at Saul High School. But we couldn't do it without volunteers — and there's probably no way to earn some Co-op hours that's more fun!

You minded the dust, and stepped around the mud, and dodged the heavy equipment. Now it's your turn to enjoy the new Backyard at the Chestnut Hill store.

Put $400 in equity, get $100 back to spend at the Co-op. Is that a great deal or what? Introducing the Together We Grow equity campaign. As a member of Weavers Way, you own it! So why not grow it?

Weavers Way house accounts for members just got better. Deposit $100 or more using cash or a check, we'll credit you with an extra 2% to spend at the Co-op. That's $100 in, $102 out!

What’s a Weavers Way Chico bag? Just the hippest, handiest, most commodious planet-saving device we sell. Here’s a how-to on how to operate one.

Hear from experts, learn about community issues, hone specialized skills and more — or give workshop yourself! Topics can be as varied and far-reaching as the interests of our members.

The fields are turning green, our farmers are turning the soil, and it turns out that means it's time for Weavers Way's 2016 Summer Homesteading events — workshops, work days and, of course, movie nights.

The winners of the Weavers Way Board election for 2016 were announced May 15 at the General Membership Meeting. Congratulations to Chris Hill and Laura Morris Siena, who were re-elected to three-year terms, and Joan Patton, who is new to the Board.

Have you seen the purple shelf tags? We've lowered prices on more than 100 products you buy every day!

Merrymead Farm provides milk, cream, buttermilk, even chocolate milk to Weavers Way. But to get their ice cream, you'll have to go to the farm store near Lansdale.

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