|Within Reach movie tonight in San Francisco: only NorCal showing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Raines Cohen (rc3-coho-Lraines.com)|
|Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 11:00:28 -0700 (PDT)|
Join East Bay Cohousing (EBCOHO) and a hundred area cohousers and community-builders and seekers for a special BUZZ Tour viewing of the Final Cut of Within Reach TONIGHT a documentary of a bikepacking trip seeking sustainable community, visiting many cohousing neighborhoods around the country features Wonderland's Jim Leach, Cohousing Partners' Katie McCamant, Bill McKibben, Transition Towns at the Metreon in Downtown SF, one block from Powell BART at 7:30 PM (optional dinner beforehand in the building). $10. followed by Q&A with: * Executive Producer Jo Folino (an EBCOHO Supporting Member) * Story Editor Solana Fuller * And yours truly, Associate Producer Even if you saw the premiere fundraiser last September in Berkeley or the preview at the 2011 National Cohousing Conference in DC, come and see this, it's been re-edited and has a whole different feel now, very inspirational, with clear labels for the communities they visit and more insights along the journey. Learn more about the film at http://www.WithinReachMovie.com/ [note that planned Portland and Seattle, Chicago and New York showings have been postponed.. get on the list to learn of further opportunities there, including the ability to show the movie in YOUR community] Book your seats online by 3 PM if possible, but we do expect to have some available onsite. About the Film: WITHIN REACH explores one couple's pedal-powered search for a place to call home. Mandy and Ryan gave up their jobs, cars and traditional houses to "bike-pack" 6500 miles for 2 years around the USA seeking sustainable community. Rather than looking in a traditional neighborhood, they begin to recognize that community is the secret ingredient to living sustainably on this planet. Along the way, they explored 100 Ecovillages, Cohousing Communities, Co-op Houses, Communes, Transition Towns and their own principles and commitment. In the end they return to the timeless truth that community is people; they are everywhere; and there is room for everyone. Both their journey and their film have answered the question that they and many others are asking: How can we pass along a lush, beautiful, sustainable world to future generations? After circling the country and interviewing hundreds of Americans, they have found that by reaching within sustainable community is Within Reach. In fact, it’s already here. Learn more and RSVP to get a ticket via East Bay Cohousing's over 1700-member group: http://www.ebcoho.org/events/75373702/ Also this week: * Final tour of a food-forest affordable-rental sustainable community buying a site in El Sobrante * Updates on Kingfisher [aka Eastlake/North Oakland] Cohousing, now in contract on a 9-unit apartment building in Oakland * A look back at the National Cohousing Conference in Oakland and a look forward at the Art of Community * A cohousing introduction and orientation in Berkeley * A roving East Bay Cohousing booth at the popular "First Fridays" Art Murmur event in Oakland Visit our site and learn more. http://www.ebcoho.org/
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