|Re-inhabiting the common house||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Lynn Nadeau / Maraiah (welcomeolympus.net)|
|Date: Mon, 4 May 2020 18:59:10 -0700 (PDT)|
BC— Before Covid— the RoseWind common house was well used. A typical week might have a cooked meal on Monday, local choral “Songlines” rehearsal Tuesday evening, an art class Wednesday evening. Monthly events were English Country Dancing, Fusion (improvisational partner dancing), several committee meetings, a Saturday morning potluck brunch, another Saturday a business meeting followed by a work party then snacks. From time to time house concerts, fundraisers, political slide shows and meetings, movie nights, parties, discussion circles. A small rec room was used for ping pong and foosball. People came into the CH for mail, consulting the calendar/bulletin boards, bathrooms, wifi. Hang-out conversations on the porch. \ The front-door keypad locked up overnight. Now all events are cancelled, as are in-person meetings. The door is locked, and visits are little more than mail pickup. We’ve taken stay-home, masks, etc very seriously for about 6 weeks now. Our town of 9000 has had no new case for a month. When and how will we once again enjoy our common house? Will we need to fear infection from every doorknob and light switch? Will we be able to welcome non-members, again, to events? Do we wait till some eventual sense of all-clear? Or tiptoe back in, armed with disinfectant and caution? What are other groups’ thoughts on this? Maraiah Lynn Nadeau RoseWind Cohousing, 30+ years in, Port Townsend WA
Re-inhabiting the common house Lynn Nadeau / Maraiah, May 4 2020
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