Curious about what it feels like to cook and eat together in cohousing, and how it helps develop community, at here and across the country? Join our community co-creators, and Burlington (Vermont) cohousing founding member/development CFO Anke Tremback (left) and some (invited) community members for a hands-on experience of Cooking in Community. Read more about her below the event description.
No need to bring any potluck items, we'll be shopping and serving a scrumptious but simple homemade dinner made with local ingredients that you are invited to join in help prepare. BYOB if you like to have a drink with dinner. We've divided the prep into a bunch of easy, manageable tasks, but we'll give you a chance to experience some of the fun pressure and collaborative problem-solving that we experience cooking together for groups.
Sign up in advance to either come by 5:00 to help cook, or come by 6:15 to help with cleanup; we'll be serving with dinner-table conversation by 6:30, in full discussion mode by 7-7:30 and wrapping up around 8:30 (with later arrivals sticking around to help clean up). East Bay Cohousing (EBCOHO) Supporting Members save $5!
Anke Trembach studied at Cal and recently worked with a local firm, David Baker Architects. Back in Burlington, Vermont, she helped start the town's only cohousing group and served as CFO/co-developer during the development of the community. She helps design commercial, institutional buildings, custom residences, additions and renovations.
Causes Anke cares about include:
- Animal Welfare
- Civil Rights and Social Action
- Economic Empowerment
- Human Rights
- Poverty Alleviation
- Communities and community governance