Join us for a Preservation Pop-up Seminar at Heartshine!
Heartshine is a community-based solution for hunger and isolation dedicated to building resiliency through recovery. Opening soon in Midtown, Heartshine is dedicated to recovery and building community through creativity, open-hearted connection, and a dine-with-dignity donation-based restaurant. Heartshine believes that, “Surviving the pandemic has left most of us with feelings of loneliness, and the isolation we seek to address has now become a universal problem people everywhere are facing.”
Phase One of their construction project enhances the North Third Street building to serve the community. They’ll begin by first opening up their Cooperative Care Team Room where their dedicated and trained staff and volunteers will respectfully work with people who seek help navigating the human service system by working together to overcome obstacles and challenges. All are welcome and everyone is supported on the path to recovery.
Phase Two will include the donation-based restaurant, which will serve only healthy and delicious food. Donation-based trainings and classes will be offered in the Community Studio, where the many diverse voices of Midtown Harrisburg will be nurtured through a public forum for creative and therapeutic expression – and lots of other fun activities (e.g. recovery yoga).
Kali Tennis hanging a sign at heartshine’s pre-construction
“Nuts on a Date Night” zero waste event held last August.
Join Historic Harrisburg Association and Heartshine on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH at 5:30 pm to hear more about the Heartshine mission. Architect, Chris Dawson will also be there to explain the design principles and the renovation process behind taking a building from looking desolate to desirable!
1122 N. 3rd Street Harrisburg, PA 17102
This is a FREE event, but donations for HEARTSHINE and HHA will gladly be accepted!
We highly encourage pre-registrations due to the current Covid-19 guidelines and restrictions. Please register below:
Face masks are required and social distancing measures are expected to be maintained by staff and visitors.