|Managing initial public meetings||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Steven Diamond (diamondznmia.com)|
|Date: Mon, 21 Apr 1997 23:33:31 -0500|
Our small "nuclear core" cohousing-creating group of three couples have decided to hold our first "public meeting" sometime next month. We were wondering if anyone would share their experiences/opinions on two questions raised at our last meeting: 1) Did you offer babysitting? We may be having the meeting at the university, and we aren't too sure of the babysitting possibilities. Collectively we have three kids ourselves, but were kind of planning to find a sitter(!) so we can focus on meeting new people, answering questions, etc. (So far, the kids--ages 7, 4 and 1-- have hung around the perimeter of all our small scale meetings). 2) What do you do about handling just-plain-weird or creepy people? Maybe some of us are worried about nothing, but perhaps because several members are in the therapy/counseling business, there's a heightened sensitivity about this issue. Thanks and wish us luck! Steve Diamond, on behalf of the (temporarily-so-named!) Rio Grande Cohousing Group (Albuquerque).
- Managing initial public meetings Steven Diamond, April 21 1997
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