Children’s Story Time
STORY TIME IS ON HOLD
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Children's Story Time is
held in the lower level of our store every Wednesday at
10:30 am, and it usually runs until somewhere around 11:15
or 11:30 am.
We would love for you to join us for songs and stories in
English, Spanish, and French (when the appropriate Story
Tellers are available). Please use the back entrance to
the store in order to avoid strollers, carriages, prams,
etc. on the stairs.
This is a FREE event for our community.
All ages are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
2015 "Poker Chip" Charities
Poker chips are given out at
the registers for each reusable grocery bag a customer brings with
them. The customer may then pick one or more organizations to donate
their chip(s) to. TPSS Co-op will donate $0.05 to the organization
for each poker chip received. Customers who come without their own
grocery bags are charged $0.05 per bag by TPSS. The Co-op will donate
all bag proceeds to the charity of our choosing at the end of each
In 2015, we will proudly support
the following local charities:
Kitchen is committed to ending chronic homelessness in D.C.
by establishing meaningful relationships with chronically
homeless individuals, connecting them with permanent supportive
housing, and ensuring they have the necessary support to
remain in housing. We advocate for permanent supportive
housing as a long-term solution, while meeting short-term
needs by providing healthy meals and high-quality social
services to more than 4,300 chronically homeless individuals
of the Capital Area Food Bank is to feed those who suffer
from hunger in the Washington metro area by acquiring food
and distributing it through its network of partner agencies;
and educating, empowering and enlightening the community
about the issues of hunger and nutrition. CAFB is a member
of Feeding America, a national network of 200 food banks.
Community Food Network is working to improve community health
through local food access programs and education for at-risk
populations in Maryland’s Takoma/Langley Crossroads area
and beyond. Through our programs, we aim to improve access
to fresh, local, healthy food through innovative programs
and models mutually supportive of those who grow our food
and those who eat it.
Voices for the Planet is a film series featuring young people
who are making a difference! They are shrinking the carbon
footprint of their homes, schools and communities. You,
too, can do something about global warming! As Alec Loorz
says, “Kids Have Power.” Young Voices for the Planet is
a project of Young Voices on Climate Change, a 501 (c) (3)
tax deductible organization.
RFKM's Vision: A Montgomery County Public School system
that serves and promotes real, whole, local, sustainable
and nutrient-rich foods for a student body that selects
and eats those foods. RFKM's Mission: To mobilize parents,
students, educators and community members to promote policies,
practices and educational opportunities that improve the
food environment and general health and well-being of students
in the Montgomery County Public Schools.
The Takoma Park Volunteer Fire Department was founded in
1894 - the first organized fire department in Montgomery
County. The department has been based at Carroll Ave and
Philadelphia Avenue since 1927, with the current building
opening in 2010. The volunteers of TPVFD work alongside
the career personnel of the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue
Service as both EMTs and firefighters, providing emergency
response to Takoma Park and the wider area. The department
has seen a massive increase in new members recently, making
support for increased training vital.