From kibbutz to Peace Corps to cohousing l Ken Fox speaks at Annual Meeting at Gandhi Mahal on Tues., Feb. 20
Living in a kibbutz in Israel and then in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, as well as serving in Ecuador with the Peace Corps inform Ken Fox's view of the possibilities for community living.
A resident and community member at Monterey Cohousing since 1995, Ken also finds convergence there with his long-time interests in renewable energy, environmental sustainability, and group dynamics.
Register now and bring your questions as we welcome Ken for this fascinating evening of warm food and intentional community. Join us Tues., Feb. 20, 2018 at Twin Cities Cohousing Network's first annual meeting.
When: food service begins 5:30 pm, speaker follows the 6 pm brief meeting.
Cost: $20 includes meal and tea. Select entree preference when you register and pay. (Other beverages available for purchase off the menu.) Only a few walk-ins can be accommodated. Your pre-registration makes this event possible.
Location: Gandhi Mahal restaurant, 3009 27th Ave South, Minneapolis.
Ken Fox at Monterey Cohousing. photo courtesy Ken Fox.
Ken and his wife, Denise Tennen, raised their now-grown blended family at Monterey Cohousing in St Louis Park.