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News from WORK:
You may have noticed a new face at the front desk. I hope you get a chance to stop by and introduce yourself to Kendra. :) She'll be holding down the fort Monday mornings and all day Wednesdays. You may recognize Kendra as one of the Petaluma Radio Players, born here at WORK several years ago. 

Feeling inspired to write this week, I took a morning to capture a moment in time when I was struck by the divine. The magic has passed, but the words remain to remind me of a truth I find when my mind is open and my senses aware. I hope you enjoy this latest blog entry: God in a Flock of Turkeys.

With gratitude,

Natasha

P.S. Please note that there are no events at WORK this Friday (today). But next week is full of great stuff. :) See below and mark your calendar!

P.S.S. Scroll way down to our new Classified Section for a great local job opportunity!
CURIOUS ABOUT WORK? BOOK A TOUR WITH NATASHA :)
Climate WORK:

Let’s change the transportation paradigm in Petaluma and Sonoma County!

Measure M is a ¼ cent sales tax that has funded transportation projects in Sonoma County since 2004. This year is our chance to modernize the transportation measure with a 60/40% split in favor of next-century travel that helps us create a more climate-healthy county for all.

A coalition of Sonoma County residents and organizers is advocating for:
  • 60% of Measure M funds dedicated to alternative transportation (transit, bike, pedestrians)
  • A free county-wide transit system
  • Transit frequency that makes public transit feasible for workers, students, seniors, disabled, and other vulnerable users
  • Funds for "quick-build" projects that support safe and efficient bicycle and pedestrian routes.
Here are 4 actions you can take:
 
1. Sign and share this petition before Monday, February 10.
 
2. Respond to this survey about our transportation future from the Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA).
 
3. Write a letter to the SCTA board: Susan.Gorin@sonoma-county.orgmbagby@ci.cloverdale.ca.usDavid.Rabbitt@sonoma-county.orgmlandman@sonic.netssalmon@townofwindsor.comLogan.Harvey@sonomacity.orgsarahgurney.seb@gmail.comjnaujokas@ci.healdsburg.ca.usjcallinan@rpcity.orgkmiller@cityofpetaluma.orgcrogers@srcity.orgshirlee.zane@sonoma-county.org

4. Speak at the SCTA meeting on February 10th at 2:30-5 pm. SCTA-RCPA Board Room, 411 King Street, Santa Rosa.

Email Annie@350Sonoma.org to get on the 350 Petaluma mailing list for more information.


Events at WORK: (see full lineup here)

Fri 2/14/20 - CLIMATE CHAT: Natasha's Top 12 Takeaways from the Last 2 Years
12:00-1:00 PM


We've had 21 Climate Chats over the last 2 years, tapping into a wide range of expertise and building a community of thoughtful, caring participants. I'm going to attempt to boil it all down to twelve key concepts: Six that help us define the problem and six that help us find the solutions. Wish me luck! ;)
See Details and RSVP
Fri 2/14/20 - 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 2/24/20 - AUTHOR VISIT! Climate Revolution - Why We Can Still Build a Thriving Future (& Easy Ways to Help)
7:00-8:30 PM 

Oregon author Mary DeMocker 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.
See Details and RSVP

Community Pick: 

“Black Suffragists”
Lecture by Dr. Kim D. Hester Williams


Sunday, 2/9 from 1:00 - 2:00 PM
Petaluma Historical Museum & Library 
20 4th St., Petaluma.
 

Williams is professor of English and American Multicultural Studies at
Sonoma State University. She teaches 19th-century American literature,
African American literature and culture, and Women’s literature in the
U.S. She serves as affiliate faculty in the Women and Gender (WGS)
and film studies programs.

Classifieds at WORK:

JOB OPPORTUNITY:

TD ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES is looking for an 
Air Quality / Environmental Specialist

 

WORK Member Tim Dye is seeking a full-time or part-time employee to work on a wide-range of air quality projects involving cities, schools, and community organizations. You'll be at the forefront enabling people to use this new technology in the battle against air pollution and climate change. 

See the full job listing with responsibilities and qualifications here.

Learn more about TD Environmental Services at www.TDEnviro.com 

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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