Skip June meetup and Come to a picnic July 2

Tags

, ,

We will skip our June DFA Meetup…

And focus on our Potluck Picnic on July 2.  We are thrilled that Lou and Pat Hammann have invited us to their home at Hundredfold Farm, just west of Gettysburg at 1400 Evergreen Way in Orrtanna.  Have you been there?  Here’s a quick look:

 

 

From their website:  The Hundredfold Farm Project is a cohousing community whose members actively practice and share the art of living in a sustainable way. The houses at Hundredfold Farm are clustered to preserve agricultural land, optimize solar access, minimize environmental impacts, and to encourage resident interaction.  The three-acre housing cluster is surrounded by 77 acres of open spaces, native woodland, and agricultural land.

 

Want a tour?  The potluck picnic will begin at 6:00 on Wednesday, July 2, our usual meeting night, but those who want to see what makes this community unique and sustainable should come for a special tour at 5:00.

 

We will send more details about the picnic in June.  Carolyn Nunamaker is in charge of picnic logistics, but just plan to bring a favorite dish to share.

 

For more information, contact Elaine at elainelynchjones@gmail.com or Lou and Pat Hammann at lhammann@gettysburg.edu, or visit  www.hundredfoldfarm.org.

 

 
 

Directions from Gettysburg, PA

Hundredfold Farm is located at 1400 Evergreen Way in Orrtanna, PA.

From the square in Gettysburg, follow US-30 west towards Chambersburg, PA, for approximately seven miles. At the flashing yellow light, turn left onto High Street. Follow High Street for approximately one mile to a “T” intersection in Cashtown, PA. Turn right onto Old Route 30.  Follow Old Route 30 west for approximately one mile. On the left you will come to a gravel driveway marked “Evergreen Way.” Turn left and go 1/2 mile to the top of the hill.  Hundredfold is 20 minutes west of Gettysburg.

 

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 105 other followers