Grumblethorpe Youth Farmstand
03jul9:30 am1:30 pmGrumblethorpe Youth Farmstand
Find local fresh fruit and vegetables from the Grumblethorpe Youth Program. (Queen Lane & Germantown Avenue) The Grumblethorpe Youth Volunteers (GYVs) are a site-based,
Find local fresh fruit and vegetables from the Grumblethorpe Youth Program.
(Queen Lane & Germantown Avenue)
The Grumblethorpe Youth Volunteers (GYVs) are a site-based, service youth group (ages 12-18) from schools throughout Philadelphia. Started in the summer of 2002, many of our GYVs found a home at Grumblethorpe while attending our Elementary Education Program (GEEP). During the school year, GYVs meet monthly. They utilize a group charter and a self-elected board. They help with events at Grumblethorpe and Historic Germantown, as well as raise funds by selling homemade pies, cookies, jams, and ice cream throughout the year. During the summer months some of the GYVs work with a resident farmer to grow produce and run a weekly farmstand as paid staff. Fieldtrips allow the GYVs to explore and learn history both locally and regionally.
(Saturday) 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
5267 Germantown Ave
Grumblethorpe House & Gardens
GRUMBLETHORPE, “JOHN WISTER’S BIG HOUSE,” is a 1744 Colonial German country seat. Its two-acre garden serves as a laboratory for neighborhood schools and provides a source of organic vegetables for its farm stand. 5237 Germantown Avenue