The Power of Sharing Food: strengthening your collective one meal at a time
Saturday, March 3, 2012 from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM (PST)
Two of the workshops take place in long-established
collective houses in east Vancouver, and all three
are Facilitated by folks who live in collective houses.
Join us to learn about ways we live together that promote
health, happiness, connectedness and sustainability.
Advance Registration recommended, as space is limited.
Please let us know in advance if you need child-care.
Saturday, March 3 2012
Location details will be provided when you register.
NOTE: Location has 10 to 15 stairs to enter.
Travis Clyne has lived in the Beehive Collective House for 3 years. Previously he has cycled to, and lived at other intentional communities and eco-villages. He loves the efficiency and joy of living in a supportive community and sharing common resources. When Travis is not turning the Beehive compost, he practices outdoor sustainability education with folks of all ages.
Sara Ross (aka RedSara) lives at the Beehive Collective House, and loves the connections and practical life support it provides day to day. She is a community artist and organizer, and facilitates collectives, workshops and bike rides. She loves to support and work for positive change in herself and in the world, and is endlessly inspired by birds, bicycles, her family, and the Pacific Northwest.
Vancouver Collective House Network
A loose network of people who live in community, or who are interested in living in community. Members host quarterly gatherings and potlucks, and occasionally organize workshops and discussions.
The Network serves to connect members, to affirm common values, and to learn from experience within the community. The Network hopes to demonstrate to others that Collective Living is achievable and rewarding.