Affordable cohousing-is it possible? Partnership for Aff Coho expert | TCCN ($8)


Partnership for Affordable Cohousing's Barb Bailey--a founder of Iowa cohousing--will be in town to speak at the quarterly presentation by Twin Cities Cohousing Network. "Do you need a 'Groupon' for Cohousing?" Free childcare is provided. Register today to assure your seat!
Get all the details and the registration link at on the Events page.

Engage with this expert speaker on ideas to bring cohousing within reach of people with modest means.

*Please note event location for this event.*

Optional potluck starts 6 pm--if you'd like to participate in that, please take a food item to share. And after the talk, feel free to stay to chat and help clean up the kitchen so we can all be out by 9 pm.

Register at (Events page)
Reach Twin Cities Cohousing Network via email at [masked].

Cost for the program is $8, payable to Twin Cities Cohousing Network.

A note about the $8 cost: No funds collected are payment for the shared potluck meal or in exchange for food provided. This for the quarterly educational presentation of Twin Cities Cohousing Network, a 501c3 nonprofit educational organization.

Free childcare is provided.

Come engage with our expert speaker on ideas to bring
cohousing within reach of people with modest means.
Register at (Events page)
Reach us via email at [masked]

An optional potluck and social time starts at 6 pm. The program itself starts around 6:45 pm. All are welcome. Cost is $8.00.

Please register and pay for the program in advance via the Twin Cities Cohousing Network's website, as it speeds up the line at the check-in table. (If you decide at the last moment, however, you may pay at the door.)

Gather 5:30 pm.
Meal 6:00 pm.
Program 6:45 -8:15 pm (times approximate).
Clean up 8:30-9:00 pm.

If you’d like to participate in the optional potluck* and social time preceding the presentation, please bring a dish to share.

Group meals are a key feature of cohousing communities, which is why we include them as an option prior to our quarterly presentations and encourage people to attend that if they are able. TCCN provides water, coffee and tea. You’re welcome to bring a non-alcoholic beverage of choice for yourself, or to share.

*A potluck meal is “a meal at which attendees bring food that is donated and shared by the attendees” (MN Dpt. of Health).

Please note that this is a rental location. TCCN is not affiliated with St Frances Cabrini Church or any other religious organization.