Register to attend Twin Cities Cohousing Network’s final quarterly meeting of 2021 and engage with supporters of cohousing. The topic is resource sharing. Please bring a memory of a time when you shared a resource with others. Participants will also hear from guest Rick Gravrok, a resident of Monterey Cohousing Community, about the way that resources are shared in his community.
Resource Sharing Wednesday, November 3 7:00 to 8:15 PM
Due to concerns about the spread of Covid-19, this will be a Zoom event.Register in advance to receive your Zoom meeting link.
Bring your favorite picnic foods and beverages to picnic with Twin Cities Cohousing Network volunteers and other cohousing supporters on Wednesday, August 4 from 6-8 PM for an evening of connection and fun in Como Park.
FREE to attend Wednesday, August 4, 2021 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 and other cohousing supporters for an evening of connection and fun at a quaint open-sided picnic shelter in Como Park.
Meet and greet others with an interest in building and living in cohousing communities within the Metropolitan area. Families, friends, and children welcome!
Look for TCCN’s banner at the picnic area on the west side of the park! 1300 Midway Parkway, east of Hamline Avenue, near the mini golf course and children’s playground. Bathrooms are located near the picnic shelter. Picnic parking is first come first serve. (Map of picnic shelter location.)
Wednesday, April 28, 2021. Zoom, 7:00-8:15 P.M. CDT. FREE registration.
Have you heard about the amazing inventions they’re trying out on Mars!?
There’s an amazing innovation here on earth, and Trish Becker-Hafnor is going to tell us about it.
Join us as we watch, then discuss, Trish’s short, lively TEDx Talk, Cohousing and the Future of Community and Human Connection.
Trish shares what is groundbreaking about CoHousing, an newer form of intentional community. She also shares how her cohousing community has affected her family and neighbors. Trish is an educator, activist, parent and community co-founder.
Cohousing is just one point on a wide spectrum of communal living models, and it’s basically built around three principles: shared space, shared time, and shared values. — Trish Becker-Hafnor
Whether you are taking a small next step towards your future in community, or simply an interesting evening in the company of others, you’re welcome to register for this special Zoom event by using the link below.
Zoom registration link. Completing this form allows us to send you a confirmation email with the link to the event.
“Stepping into Cohousing,” is a jam-packed, online mini-conference for the person who wants to be part of forming a cohousing community or is wondering what to look for in choosing an existing community:
Developing core values and vision
Key steps and processes
Common hurdles and ways to overcome them
Presenters with lived experience in cohousing will address these topics
From the moment you first say to each other, “Let’s build cohousing,” to move in day, learning from those who have gone before will help you gather members, create connections, and build the buildings that make cohousing a reality.
Purchase a discount code for just $20 as a subscriber to TCCN’s Newsletter. The code you receive will save you $55 over the standard registration fee of $75.
Once registered for the conference you can participate live, and if unable to participate for the full time that day — or at all — you will have access to video recordings of sessions you missed. Follow the simple steps below:
Purchase your discount code now for $20 by clicking on the “Buy Now” button below.
Enter your name and email address in the form below.
Join others to view a prerecorded webchat discussion with Sky Blue and Avi Kruley on the potential of intentional communities to help transform our world.
Humanity is in crisis. The feedback loop between larger society, the communities we live in, and our personal experiences reinforce systems of privilege and oppression that create harm – for people and the planet.
From the safety of your home*, learn what makes a group an intentional community. Are intentional communities part of the problem or part of the solution? How can we do better? This conversation between Sky and Avi will delve into these multifaceted experiments known as intentional communities and their potential to help transform our world.
Register now to view this prerecorded discussion made available through our national cohousing information source, Coho USA.
A window on cohousing sharing and caring, with a bit of pandemic humor
Learn how cohousing communities are being affected by COVID-19 and how they are responding to meet new social and financial challenges. Humor is included in the presentation, including a series of one-liners written and delivered by a participant.
Register now to obtain your personal Zoom link in order to view this special presentation by Cohousing U.S. Communications Director Karen Gimnig and Executive Director Karin Hoskin. Discussion among registered Zoom participants will follow.
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 7:00-8:00 PM Free, but registration is required by 6 PM on September 14 to receive your personal Zoom link.
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 7:00 – 8:30 PM. Free, but advance registration is required. Please register by 6 p.m. on August 4th to receive your link to Zoom.
We hope you will gather with us from the safety of your home to learn why personal growth may be the most important reason to choose cohousing. Participants will view a pre-recorded “Webchat” by Karen Gimnig. After the presentation, which has been edited for length, there will be time for Q&A among participants and Twin Cities Cohousing Network board members.
St Frances Cabrini Catholic Church 1500 Franklin Ave SE · Minneapolis, MN (east side of the river)
Local organizer Dylan Linet will be speaking on the potential of Tiny Houses to provide low-cost housing communities. He is a member of the Twin Cities Ecovillage. A proposal for an Envision Community of tiny homes to address homelessness was recently covered by Minnesota Public Radio.
Tiny houses are just one form of community. Are you looking for more connectedness and social community in your life? Consider making your next neighborhood a cohousing community. It’s a great time to get involved and start designing an intentional housing development with your future neighbors.
Register now for this chance to connect to learn about tiny houses and connect with others seeking more satisfying, stable and interconnected forms of housing.