The Playwicki Farm recently unveiled its new kitchen in a ribbon-cutting dedication ceremony. The event welcomed Lower Southampton Township representatives and Playwicki Farm Foundation board members on a tour of the new commercial kitchen.

The farm is historically known for its variety of trails and playgrounds. It offers something for everyone to be a part of an experience with nature. The addition of the kitchen allows the 110-acre farm to host public and private events on site on Bridgetown Pike in Feasterville, PA.

Rose McMenamin, vice president of the Playwicki Farm Foundation board and board president Patrice Luongo (fourth and fifth from left) and board member Deborah Bachovin (third from right) take time to pose with Lower Southampton Township representatives Joe McFadden, Deborah Kaplan, township supervisors, John McMenamin, township manager, Keith Wesley, chairman of the board of supervisors, and Ray Weldie and Ed Shannon, township supervisors.

Patrice Luongo, the president of the Playwicki Farm Foundation, vice president Rose McMenamin, and a Lower Southampton Township supervisor, Ed Shannon, cut the ribbon together. Several township supervisors and board members were in attendance for the introduction and dedication of the new space.

The Playwicki Farm Foundation played a pivotal role in getting donations and sponsors to aid in the design and construction of the kitchen. A sterling silver trey listing the names of all of the sponsors was on display at the dedication and will remain on display in the farmhouse along with a second plaque of sponsors.

WBCB’s Renee Washington contributed to this post.