|Pre-announcement: Neighborhood Communities Event in Seattle Oct 1,||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Steve Habib Rose (habibthegarden.net)|
|Date: Sun, 18 Jul 1999 12:44:45 -0500|
At the end of this email is a pre-announcement of an exciting event we are hosting on October 1 at the Phinney Neighborhood Association in Seattle. Included will be a communities fair from 6-7 pm, with free tablespace for related organizations and projects. If you are anywhere close to Seattle, and are interested in neighborhoods, communities, and/or voluntary simplicity, this event is for you! Any updates will be provided on the NeighborNets Network (formerly Co-Neighborhoods Network) website at http://www.neighbornets.org If you can use one or more printed flyers about the event, please email me your postal mail address. Yours, Steve Habib Rose Phone: (206) 721-0217 Email: habib [at] thegarden.net ICQ: 7649155 Looking for connectedness? Neighborhood Communities Best of the Old, Best of the New! Featuring a panel discussion with Cecile Andrews, Ed Medeiros, Janet Luhrs, Rob Sandelin and moderator Jonathan Betz-Zall Friday, October 1 1999, 6-9 pm FREE Phinney Neighborhood Center Community Hall Lower parking lot, brick building 6532 Phinney N, Seattle Exploring models for developing communities in neighborhoods and restoring community to neighborhoods: alternative economies * barter networks * block watch * cohousing * community councils community gardens * community gathering places * community suppported agriculture ecovillages * intentional communities * land trusts * neighbornets * neighborhood associations neighborhood environmental projects * old fashioned neighborly neighborhoods * p-patches "pods" of gardeners * salons * simplicity circles * urban villages * y2k preparedness groups 6-7 pm Neighborhood Communities Fair 7-8:30 pm Panel Discussion + Cecile Andrews is the founder of Simplicity Circles, a columnist for the Seattle Times, and the author of Circle of Simplicity: Return to the Good Life. For information on Simplicity Circles, see http://www.simplicitycircles.com. + Ed Medeiros is Executive Director of the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA). He is one of the founders of PNA, and has been with that organization for 20 years. For info on PNA, see http://www.phinneycenter.org/. + Janet Luhrs is the author of The Simple Living Guide: A Sourcebook for Less Stressful, More Joyful Living, and the Y2K Preparation Guide: 110 Ways To Create A Sustainable Life -- Crisis Or Not. Janet is also editor and publisher of Simple Living, a quarterly journal devoted to simple, sustainable living. For info, call (206) 464-4800 or see http://www.simpleliving.com. + Rob Sandelin is on the board of the Northwest Intentional Communities Association (NICA), a member of the Sharingwood community, and a noted speaker on intentional communities and group processes such as consensus based decision making. For info on NICA and intentional communities, see http://www.infoteam.com/nonprofit/nica/. + Moderator Jonathan Betz-Zall is president of the board of the Northwest Intentional Communities Association, a member of Bright Morning Star community, and captain of his neighborhood block watch. 8:30 - 9 pm Break into groups by region Co-sponsored by: NeighborNets Network | Northwest Intentional Communities Association Phinney Neighborhood Association Seeds Of Simplicity | Simple Living Network For more information, contact Steve Habib Rose at habib [at] thegarden.net or 206-721-0217. Return to the NeighborNets Network at http://www.neighbornets.org
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