• Picnic July 20 in St. Paul or Duluth
    Families, friends, and children are welcome! Come early to play at the park, then socialize in-person with others interested in learning about the characteristics of living in a cohousing community and what it takes to create one.
  • Dialogue with Alan O’Hashi on Cohousing
    For those drawn to intentional community and cohousing, they will delight in viewing Alan O’Hashi at 7:00 p.m on May 8, 2024, on Zoom. 
  • COVID policy revised 3/14/2024
    Twin Cities Cohousing Network revised a covid policy adopted in 2022. The new policy language is captured in the infographic on this page.
  • Feb. 21 Listening Session
    Twin Cities Cohousing Network has big ideas for 2024. Please join us Wednesday, Feb. 21 on Zoom event for a special listening session. We want to hear to your feedback about ideas we are considering for 2024 and your suggestions for how to get cohousing communities built!
  • Top 10 Reasons to Live in Cohousing
    Why do people want to live in cohousing? Karen Gimnig has experienced cohousing as a resident and is professional facilitator who support groups forming and living in cohousing . She is also an author, making her October 11th presentation one you won’t want to miss.
  • Picnic in the Park
    Socialize in-person with others interested in cohousing at TCCN’s annual picnic held in St. Paul, MN. FREE to attend Wednesday, July 12, 2023 Como Park picnic shelter 6:00-8:00 PM Bring your favorite picnic foods, beverages and utensils for a picnic with Twin Cities Cohousing Network volunteers and other cohousing supporters and share in an evening … Continue reading “Picnic in the Park”
  • The Need for Permanent Affordability: Community Land Trusts & Cohousing
    Greg Rosenberg’s experience creating cohousing communities and his extensive knowledge of community land trusts (CLTs) offers an exciting approach to creating cohousing communities with permanently affordable housing units.
  • What’s up with cohousing in Minnesota?
    The Feb. 8 event features updates from groups working to create cohousing communities in Minnesota. Small breakout groups after the updates will allow viewers time to ask questions and engage with each other and our presenters.
  • Fall work party and shared meal at Monterey Cohousing Community
    More than 20 volunteers completed a wide variety of repairs and other fall projects at Monterey Cohousing Community (MoCoCo) in St. Louis Park on Saturday, October 22. Volunteers included residents of MoCoCo, supporters of Twin Cities Cohousing Network (TCCN), and members of Cedar Cohousing, a group working to create a new cohousing community in the … Continue reading “Fall work party and shared meal at Monterey Cohousing Community”
  • Ann Zabaldo event
    Don’t miss hearing from national cohousing professional and enthusiast Ann Zabaldo at TCCN’s next Meet the Professionals event on Zoom. Zabaldo’s tireless efforts and successes are sure to inspire those of us envisioning more Minnesota cohousing communities!
  • TCCN picnic report in the news
    TCCN’s July 20th summer picnic was attended by local writer John Horchner who wrote about his experience talking with attendees about their interest in creating and living in cohousing communities. His commentary, “Can cohousing solve Twin Cities’ economic inequality,” was published in the September 2020 issue of the Park Bugle, a local newspaper serving a … Continue reading “TCCN picnic report in the news”
  • Family-friendly picnic date changed to Wed. July 20
    Socialize in-person with others interested in cohousing communities at TCCN’s annual picnic. Originally scheduled for July 27, the date was changed based on the shelter’s availability. FREE to attend Wednesday, July 20, 2022 Como Park picnic shelter #50 6:00-8:00 PM Bring your favorite picnic foods and beverages to picnic with Twin Cities Cohousing Network volunteers … Continue reading “Family-friendly picnic date changed to Wed. July 20”
  • Grace Kim, renowned cohousing architect to speak
    On May 11, Grace Kim will kick off Twin Cities Cohousing Network’s new speaker series, “Meet the Professional” with her talk, “Cohousing: A Short-Term Antidote to Loneliness and Long-Term Retirement Plan” to help us catalyze cohousing in Minnesota. There will be time for Q&A.
  • Explore the appeal of cohousing by participating in a story circle.
    Register for one or more of the three FREE story circle sessions and engage with others interested in cohousing. Story Circle sessions are offered via Zoom on Thursdays, Mar 24, 31, and Apr 7, 2022 from 7:00-8:30 PM CDT
  • Is affordable cohousing possible?
    Affordable Cohousing: Challenges and OpportunitiesWednesday, February 9, 20227:00 to 8:30 PM View event recording Followup Resources (PDF) We know there is a huge need for affordable housing in the Twin Cities. And many of us are interested in affordable cohousing units. What strategies should cohousing groups implement to bring down costs? A national cohousing conference last … Continue reading “Is affordable cohousing possible?”