Curious about cohousing? Meet these cohousing communities!
December 8 @ 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EST , $10 – $48
Find out what life is like in a cohousing intentional community.
Cohousing is a unique form of intentional community, with hundreds of examples around the world. During the third event in our “Meet the Communities” series, we have invited several cohousing communities to present during a lively online event. We will learn about each community through presentations and panel discussion followed by Q&A from all of you. Join us and meet these communities from across the US…. Rocky Corner Cohousing, Heartwood Cohousing and Washington Commons Cohousing. Learn more about each community below.
Get your ticket above to join this live session on Zoom and/or to receive the recording in case you can’t make it. Tuesday, December 8th from 4–6pm Eastern. See your local time.
What Past Participants Have to Say…
“This Intentional Community Zoom session was amazing!! We heard from 4 different communities around the country and how they have been dealing with Covid and still remaining connected. I just love the sharing of meals, conversation, things to do, events, game nights, entertainment…all of it!! :)” – Mia Lorenzen
“The humble, experienced community founders and members who have presented during the sessions have inspired me and I’m grateful for the opportunity to hear from those who have learned so much over years of community living. Thank you FIC!” – Claire Ogden
Rocky Corner Cohousing
Rocky Corner is the first cohousing neighborhood in Connecticut and the only one in the Tristate area of CT/NY/NJ. We are presently building on our 33-acre former dairy farm in the town of Bethany. With a beautiful New England setting, yet only about five miles north of New Haven, this is an inclusive, multi-generational community, valuing diversity of culture and background.
Located twenty minutes east of Durango (and 2 miles northwest of Bayfield), Heartwood Cohousing has 24 private homes on private lots, a large and beautiful Common House with open air terrace, a village green and playground, a separate workshop and greenhouse, all clustered snugly on 7 acres, surrounded by 350 acres of community-owned woodlands, trails and open space, including 65 acres of irrigated pastures and community gardens.
Washington Commons Cohousing
A group of enthusiastic community members are working to advance a walkable urban multi-story project across the Sacramento River from Downtown Sacramento. Our goal is to create a strong community open to all ages with a blend of privacy and community for those working, recreating, and wishing to live in the Downtown core. Early participation in our community will give members an opportunity to help shape the character of the community and the design of our project.