Mt. Airy Village, extending outward from the intersection of Carpenter Lane and Greene Street, is at the heart of a vibrant residential community in West Mt. Airy. We encourage you to support our friends and neighbors. For more information, visit the Mt. Airy Village website.

Big Blue Marble Bookstore

Big Blue Marble, an independent bookstore, is here with book services offered by their well-informed and highly engaged staff, book clubs, poetry readings and special events. Find progressive and multi-cultural titles, children’s books and toys, and a comfortable place on the second floor for reading and reflection. www.bigbluemarblebooks.com

High Point Cafe

We couldn’t ask for more in a neighborhood cafe – amazing coffee, crepes and pastries, welcoming staff, community art exhibits – all orchestrated under the joyful and generous baton of Meg Hagele. Wonderful. Open everyday 7:00 am-5:00 pm. www.highpointcafe.us.com

MaMa: Moving Arts of Mt. Airy

A venerable institution in the neighborhood, MaMa offers a full schdule of programs for children and adults related to movement arts and dance, music and more. MaMa also is a space open for community use and most recently has had extended weekend pop-up shops which have featured the arts and crafts of talented local artisans as well as collections of vintage and reuse items. 

The Nesting House

With focused attention on the environmental and well-being needs of newborns, toddlers and younger children, The Nesting House offers functional and aesthetic new and used retail goods, including clothing, toys for play and learning, car seats, strollers and more, including education and support programs for new and expectant Moms. www.the nesting house.net

Philadelphia Salvage Company

Philadelphia Salvage is the new kid on the block with the old architectural stuff.  Connect with eco-friendly construction, refinishing and restoration services, and discover creative reuses for material goods. www.philadelphiasalvage.com

Weavers Way Coop

Weavers Way will celebrate our cooperative market’s 40th anniversary in 2013. The store stands as an exceptional expression of co-operative marketing nationally, a reputation now buoyed by a recent renovation that has led more than one neighbor ro exclaim – “Can you believe this is our corner store?” It is and you can enjoy it as a member or visiting user. www.weaversway.coop

Tai Chi with Zak Zaklad

Zak’s Mt Airy Tai Chi class is free and held every Sunday 8:00 am at Ned Wolf Park on the corner of Ellet Street and McCallum Street in Mt. Airy. Bad weather: Germantown Mennonite Church, 21 W Washington Lane, just south of Germantown Ave. Contact 215-848-4380.