Greetings, California Cohousers. Let's Keep Connecting!
Special Guest this Sunday: Cynthia Tina of FIC
RSVP required - please click through/scroll down to select your community and fill out the form below
We're continuing our regional Northern California CaliCoho series of regular get togethers, lately monthly alternating weekdays and weekends, with a virtual gathering this Sunday (February 21).
We start with a discussion specifically for people currently living in cohousing in the area to compare notes and share tips, experiences, and best practices; there are plenty of other alternatives for community seekers and founders.
While we always do check ins about what's current for our lives in community and hot topics in the world of cohousing and intentional communities, followed by a special public open talk at 12:45 PM:
Cynthia Tina, a leader of Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC) and other current and past organizers will introduce us to the intentional communities movement, including stories of her travels to over a hundred community projects globally and about the work of the Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC). Get inspired, gain resources, and learn how you can join!
We'll wrap up by 1:30 Pacific Time.
Your RSVP here is helpful, even if you think you can't make it, to make sure we've got your up-to-date info.
We will send the full invite with prior discussion starting at noon only to folks confirmed to be living in community, so be sure to select your community from the "Hosts" list or include your home address when you RSVP.
Raines Cohen, Cohousing Coach & EcoVillage Ambassador (on behalf of the CaliCoho organizing team)
East Bay Cohousing / Cohousing California
at Berkeley Cohousing
My mission is to widen the bridge between sustainable communities and mainstream society.
Cynthia Tina maintains an active network of over a hundred intentional communities she has visited worldwide, including ecovillage, cohousing, and permaculture projects. She helps people connect to intentional communities as a matchmaker for seekers and as a consultant for growing community projects.
She is Co-Director of the Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC), a 35 year-old nonprofit dedicated to supporting intentional communities as pathways towards a more cooperative, sustainable, and just world. Cynthia also founded Ecovillage Tours (in 2019), was an officeholder on the Board of Trustees for the Global Ecovillage Network (2015-2020), and was Director of the youth ecovillage network NextGENNA (2013-2018).
Cynthia lives in an intentional community in Vermont where she is currently building a passive solar home and tending a permaculture garden. Learn more and book a community matchmaking session with Cynthia at www.cynthiatina.com.