The Co-op offers an extensive selection of workshops on various subjects. Spend some time with your neighbors while learning about about topics such as wellness and nutrition, sustainable living, our shared community and more. Program locations vary. For a full program listing and to RSVP, visit the Weavers Way Online Calendar or see the Upcoming Workshops calendar at the bottom of this page.
Moxie Tuesday programs include cooking demos, discussions about food and nutrition, and other food-centric events taking place every second Tuesday of each month. Free takeaways and tastings included! Sponsored by our friends at Food Moxie.
Weavers Way Homesteading Workshops inspire and enable a stronger connection of our homes and lifestyles to nature and community. From how-to workshops on topics of self-sufficiency and urban homesteading to discussions about gardening for biodiversity, our Homesteading programs guide us in methods of creating more sustainable, connected and personally satisfying ways of modern living.
Wellness Workshops, panel discussions and other events on topics related to cultivating physical and mental well-being are offered by our Health & Wellness Committeplace monthly. Dates and locations vary.
The Weavers Way Neighborhood Nutrition Team provides educational opportunities and consultations on nutrition and healthy cooking.
Propose a topic! Or, give a workshop yourself! What would you like to learn about? Or, do you have expertise you’d like to share with our community? Weavers Way members can earn three hours of work credit for presenting a 90-minute workshop. Past topics have ranged from watercolors to water pollution, movies to massage, books to backyard chickens.
- Lead a workshop for work credit! Submit your idea here.
- Suggest a workshop topic or a guest workshop leader. Submit your idea here.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-843-2350, ext. 118.
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