CoHousing 101 with The Pioneers of Cohousing in North America Jan 25/$20

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Join North America’s Cohousing pioneers Charles Durrett and Katie McCamant live January 25th for a special public presentation on Cohousing at the east end Toronto.
This event is put on by and
Link for tickets at the end of page

Learn about the origins of the movement and what inter-generational and senior (50+) Cohousing communities look like in Canada, the US and other parts of the world. Find out how Cohousing supports social connections, a higher quality of life and how you can become part of a forming or existing community.
Charles and Katie will touch on the community led development process, how Cohousing can address the loneliness epidemic, issues of affordability, co-care for young families and the elderly, the maximization of both privacy and the commons in design and community governance, the role of developers, architects, planners and other professionals, the different legal and financial structures and more.

There will be plenty of time for questions, and you'll have an opportunity to connect with others interested in exploring Cohousing and Coliving!

The event is being held at:
IC Savings Credit Union’s Headquarters
5300 Dundas St West
Toronto, Ontario
M9B 1B2

The branch is conveniently located within a short walk (or cab ride) from Kipling TTC Subway station. There is limited parking available so we recommend taking transit.
Please note that the venue is wheel chair accessible.
The cost to attend is $20 inclusive to help us cover the costs associated with the event (security, cleaning, light refreshments, etc.).
Space is limited, so we encourage you to reserve your ticket early.