Special bulletin: So St Anthony Pk group eyes a site, meets 7 pm tonight (Aug. 30)
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late August bulletin 2018

tonight! Thurs., Aug. 30th in So St A Pk  

Core group meeting about land acquisition

Possible multi-gen cohousing near the Green Line

A group of like-minded folks has identified a potential cohousing site close to University Ave W shops and the Green Line's Raymond Station. The vision is for a multi-generational community in the South St. Anthony Park neighborhood of St. Paul.
The group's members are getting serious about doing cohousing in this vicinity, have been talking with developers, and before acquiring this particular site, they have invited members of other core groups, as well as those interested in cohousing but not yet in a core group, to see if there might be interest in working together on a community there.

At this information event, the group will talk about their vision, the potential site, next steps, and how you might be able to get involved.

If you are interested but unable to attend, see contact info below.

Meeting time:
7:00-8:30 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 30, 2018 (come early to gather; starts promptly at 7:00 p.m.)
Meeting location:
735 Raymond Avenue (next to Dual Citizen Brewery)

For questions, or if you are interested but cannot attend, please send email to:
pat [at] marksimonson [dot] com.

[This is a rare bulletin between regular issues of TCCN News to keep you informed about special opportunities.]

...and a quick reminder about two other opportunities coming up:

September 20th TCCN quarterly presentation         

Panel: Raising children in cohousing

Remember to register
What does "It takes a village to raise a child" look like and feel like inside the circle of a cohousing community?

Parents from two families at Monterey Cohousing will speak from the heart about their own and their children's experiences; bring your questions! Thurs., Sept. 20, 2018 at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church. $8 to register.
Details and registration

This is Twin Cities Cohousing Network's quarterly presentation on topics of interest to our broader community. Optional potluck--if you'd like to eat supper with the group, please bring a dish to share. (An ingredient list for your dish would be helpful.)

Get a sneak preview by watching this REWIRE segment from tpt (6:45).

Miriam Edgar from Monterey Cohousing on "Raising Kiddos..."--special guest 9/20/18. Register.
Lynn Englund, PhD, convenes the Navigating Successful Aging autumn workshop series for SAGE Living cohousing core group & others who are interested. More info & registration.

Successful Aging workshops start Sept 8 - St Paul group now called "SAGE Living"

Having met now for about a year, the recently renamed Saint Paul core group is set for a deeper dive with a 10-part series of Saturday morning workshops specifically aimed at people considering senior cohousing, and they invite you to join them. SAGE (as in "SAGE Living") stands for "Successfully Aging as a Group Endeavor." (There is a cost to attend; see below.)

Making progress on and finding compatriots to help navigate your journey of successful aging and cohousing exploration can be difficult. These workshops provide that opportunity. Register today. Sponsored by SAGE Living and facilitated by cohousing educator Lynn Englund from the Hopework consulting group.

When: Saturdays 9:30 to 11:30 am, Sept. 8 to Nov. 17, 2018
Where: Friends Meeting House, 1725 Grand Avenue, St Paul. Cost: $250 per person, with $150 deposit due at time of enrollment and the $100 balance due by the start date.
For more info or to register:

Download the flyer here.

Successful Aging workshop series location - Friends Meeting House, 1725 Grand Av, St Paul.

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