Mosaic, WoodShop, Common Meals, and Policy Review
From: Karen Gimnig (karencohousgmail.com)
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 2020 20:36:57 -0700 (PDT)
These are a few more of the great topics we'll be covering at Nuts and
Bolts of Cohousing all online, on Nov 7.  See below for details of these
sessions. Register now for early bird pricing by Nov 2, or for an even
better deal, purchase a community coupon code.

Registration:
https://cohousingassociationoftheunite.regfox.com/ss2020-nuts-and-bolts-of-community

Community Coupon Code: email Karin at karincohous [at] gmail.com

More information: https://www.cohousing.org/2020-nuts/

Mosaic: a web app for empowering cohousing communities

Sean Davey

Mosaic is a custom web application that is specifically designed to meet
the online organizational needs of cohousing communities. The basics of
Mosaic will be presented, followed by a roundtable discussion about how web
apps could improve and meet community needs that aren’t currently being met.

Community Wood Shop/Work Space

Bryan Bowen and Scott Drennan

We will talk about how to get your community’s work space or woodshop up
and running, what to include, and how to manage it over time.

Common Meals

Sheila Hoffman & Spencer Beard

Learn one simple and effective approach to your community’s meal program
with no money changing hands. What makes it work and how can you adapt it
to your planned or existing community? Hear from two founders, vegans, who
visited many communities to synthesize their successful 3x week, 100%
participation meal program.

Policy Review

Jenevieve Russell

Remember your guiding documents? Do they need to be updated or reviewed?
Are they dusty or are they living, breathing documents? Have some ideas of
what could use some changes, not sure where to start? Let’s get together to
workshop some practical ways and ideas together!

-- 
Karen Gimnig
Communications Director
The Cohousing Association of the US
www.cohousing.org
678-705-9007
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