Farmstand

Farmstand “NOURISHING OUR COMMUNITY . . . “

Project SHARE’s Farmstand is located at 123 Lincoln Street (Pitt & Lincoln) within easy walking distance for many SHARE recipients. Here a team of dedicated neighbors and recipients hand out fresh produce, perishable products, and bread two to three days a week.

The Farmstand is a supplement to our monthly food Distributions so recipients can get fresh nutritious food as needed. The Farmstand is open to anyone in the community who is in need.

View or Download the 2018 Farmstand/Distribution Calendar with current Farmstand hours and days of operation.

If you would like more information or to help with Farmstand fresh produce distribution, please contact Meagan Smith at msmith@projectsharepa.org or 249-7773 ext. 232.

Farmstand as Community Center

(Section Under Construction as of July 2018)
Farmstand also serves as a site for a number of other community activities including:

Slice of the Month Club
An adult cooking class that features produce that we distribute.  Classes held the second Thursday of every month at Farmstand from 5-7pm.  projectsharepa.org/adult-cooking-classes/

Chess Club for Kids
Every Monday from 4-5:30pm during the school year for kids from 7 to 12 under the challenging guidance of master coaches.  Looking for mentor/coaches and kids to learn and play.  For more information click here: CHESS CLUB

COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMS
Community groups are also welcomed to apply to use Farmstand for their activity.  Some activities / events from/for 2018 include:

Alpha and Next Steps
Together with Carlisle and West Shore Evangelical Churches this series of videos and discussions examines Christianity  with open discussions encouraging questions on beliefs.  The series runs for 12 weeks and meets once a week for 2 hours each time.  Lunch is also included and there is no charge.  This program is offered twice a year starting in September and  January. For further information contact SKuhn@projectSHAREpa.org or by calling 1-717-385-0682.

Community Dinners
In addition to Project SHARE, DICKINSON COLLEGE and  HOPE Station have also used our Farmstand location for a series of community dinners and plans to continue to do them on occasion for the community in the vicinity of Farmstand.

Movie / Video / Presentations
Farmstand is equipped  with a 150inch screen, projector, DVD, laptop, i-pad/phone presentation media setup.  If you have a community need to provide this to a group please apply to SKuhn@projectSHAREpa.org.  The room capacity is 75 and light refreshments can also be arranged through our kitchen.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors
In early Spring,  a collaboration between local churches and community organizations, coordinated by Project SHARE and West Side Neighbors, conducts a project of repair, cleaning and painting in the Farmstand neighborhood on a Saturday morning.