Come to our NEW location for a potluck info session!
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Late Winter 2018

Potluck information session at NEW location - register today!  

Join Twin Cities Cohousing Network on Thurs., March 8, 2018 for a neighborly potluck meal, information about cohousing, and an update on all that's been happening lately with cohousing in the Twin Cities. Registration link. Gather at 5:30 pm, and the meal starts at 6 pm. Please bring a dish to pass--ingredient lists are encouraged. See you there!

Please note that this will be at our new meeting location:
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, not far from the Penn exit off I-394. The address is 420 Cedar Lake Rd S, Minneapolis. Free on-street parking is plentiful in the area around the church.


Core groups:

Bassett Creek Cohousing core group holding regular meetings

Bassett Creek Cohousing meets regularly and is actively seeking new members as they look for a site in the vicinity close to the Southwest Light Rail Extension route. They had an enjoyable and productive potluck dinner in February--two people signed up for the Explorer level membership and will attend an orientation session later this month. The almost 2-year-old boy in attendance made everyone smile with his greetings and antics.

The next information session will be Sun., Mar. 18, 2018 at 7 pm at First Unitarian Society, 900 Mt Curve Ave, Minneapolis. Contact Bassett Creek Cohousing at or via their website


Skill building:

Sociocracy - a.k.a. Dynamic Governance...

Half a dozen students are taking the first iteration of a class in sociocratic principles taught by Lynn Englund. Twin Cities Cohousing Network will help publicize future class offerings. Sociocracy is a hybrid governance model with some characteristics of consensus that is used in many cohousing communities. 

Watch for updates in future issues of TCCN News.

All-volunteer Twin Cities Cohousing Network is now a 501c3

Twin Cities Cohousing Network (TCCN) provides education, information and networking opportunities for people interested in exploring cohousing for themselves and their families, and functions on an all-volunteer basis. The organization is now recognized as a 501c3 by the IRS. 

If you'd like to get involved, please let us know your availability, background and interests at

Deadline for next TCCN News

If you have an idea for TCCN News, or are interested in submitting an article for consideration, please contact us at Deadline for the next issue is March 11. At this time, only editorial content is published. Ads are not accepted.

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