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News from WORK:
Hey friends!

I'm super excited about the event we have happening on Monday evening. We're taking over the main hall for an inspiring talk by author Mary DeMocker. Hope you can join us - and help spread the word.

Speaking of events at WORK, I'm scheduling our spring lineup and want to hear from you! What would you like us to cover? More movie nights or more accountability groups, specific business topics or environmental topics you'd like us to find an expert on, or some totally new idea you might have - share it all!

Here is what I'm looking for, in case you or someone you know has this expertise:
  • Using Hootsuite or similar social media scheduling product
  • Using Youtube or other video platforms for exclusive content for paying customers
  • How to create social movements and build stronger communities
  • How microgrids work
Send me a note at natasha@workpetaluma.com with your ideas and we'll see what we can do.

Cheers to always learning!

Natasha and team WORK :)

P.S. And BIG THANK YOU to Lorena of ByLorena Photography and all of the coWORKers who jumped into the photo when we had a little shoot the other weekend (see fancy new photo above). She'll be bringing us another coWORKer headshot session soon, in case you need to update your LinkedIn profile. ;)
CURIOUS ABOUT WORK? BOOK A TOUR WITH NATASHA :)
Climate WORK:

MONDAY NIGHT 2/24/20 from 7:00-8:30 PM
in the Main Hall at WORK!

Why We Can Still Build a Thriving Future
(& Easy Ways to Help)

Mary DeMocker, author of The Parents’ Guide to Climate Revolution: 100 Ways to Build a Fossil-Free Future, Raise Empowered Kids, and Still Get a Good Night’s Sleep (foreword by Bill McKibben) is stopping by WORK during a free night on her book tour!

Please join us for an inspiring evening as DeMocker shares ways to feel empowered in the fight for a healthy planet while deepening our connections to one another. She promises you’ll leave with at least three easy ways to change our system – not just our light bulbs.

Richard Louv, the author of Last Child in the Woods, says DeMocker’s book is "For anyone who needs a dose of hope.”

Everyone welcome at this FREE event. Please tell your friends and bring your family. :)
See Details and RSVP

Events at WORK: (see full lineup here)

Fri 2/28/20 - CRASH COURSE: Press Kit 101
12:00-1:00 PM 

Daedalus Howell, editor of the North Bay Bohemian and the Pacific Sun, will be here to teach you the tricks of the trade. Beyond press releases, this course walks you through how to align your narrative, timeline, and materials for maximum effect in today's harried newsrooms.
See Details and RSVP
Fri 2/28/20 - STUDY HALL (2nd & 4th Fridays)
1:30-2:15 PM - Make a Plan
2:15-5:00 PM - Get it Done


This drop-in accountability club will give you the clarity and motivation you need to move forward in 2020. It's simple, it's informal, and it works! Natasha will listen to your goals and help keep the momentum going
See Details and RSVP
Fri 3/6/20 - ROUNDTABLE: From Artificial Intelligence to Artificial Consciousness
12:00-1:30 PM


Emeritus professor Buzz Kellogg would like to invite everyone interested in our future life with A.I. to an extended 90-minute guided discussion, this time focusing on the transition from Artificial Intelligence to Artificial Consciousness.
See Details and RSVP

Community Pick: 


Heroines, Harpies, and Harlots: A Woman Speaks
Celebrate Women’s History Month and The Bay Area Women’s Theatre Festival
(And see actor and coWORKer Ellen Rawley on stage! :)

February 28 – March 8, 2020
6th St. Playhouse
52 W. 6th Street, Santa Rosa


What does it take for a woman to make history? What does it mean to overcome? Who are we as we move past the "maiden and mother phase" of being a woman? These questions are at the heart of a collection of one-act plays written, directed, and acted by local women in honor of Women's History Month and the 100-year anniversary of women's suffrage. 

Shows, Talk-Backs and Meet and Greets with the local playwrights and the power-house all female directors and production team! 
See Details and Get Tickets

WORK Resources

  • coWORKer Directory: Looking for local professionals or just curious who goes to WORK? Check out our ever-growing Members Directory.
  • Coffee Social: Want to meet a variety of professionals and engage in a fascinating conversation? Join us for Coffee Social Tuesdays at 10 AM. 
  • Social Media: For links to recommendations that come up during Coffee Social and other insider tidbits, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!
  • Special thanks to coWORKer Linda Jay, who edits my newsletters and blogs.  As she likes to say, "There is no excuse for sloppy copy!" Want some help with your writing? Check out Linda's profile

We look forward to seeing you at WORK!
Natasha, Matt, Julia, Kendra, & Jackie 


Do you have friends or colleagues who would benefit from a fabulous place to work or meet? As always, please send 'em our way or pass them a link to our website

707-721-6540
frontdesk@workpetaluma.com or admin@workpetaluma.com

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