Twin Cities Cohousing Network

Cohousing Meeting with Pot-luck Meal

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Please register by Tuesday, November 7, 2017 using the form below. 

WHAT: Interactive cohousing meeting & shared potluck meal (please bring a dish to share)

WHO: All who are interested in learning about, creating and living in cohousing in the Twin Cities area.

GUEST: Mark Anderson,  of Sustainable Architecture, Inc., 

"An introduction to Net-Zero Energy and Passive House. Designing for sustainability, health and comfort"

WHEN: Thursday, November 9, 2017 - schedule below

: Pay i
n advance below, cash or credit at the door.

    $8/$10 (member/non-member)  

    $4/$5 (child 12 or under — member/non-member) 

    Max. $20/$25 family (more than 1 child — member/non-member). 

: St. Frances Cabrini Church, 
1500 SE. Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55414. 
Garvey Hall, lower level.

Prepayment is appreciated. Payment at the door (cash, check, or credit) is also accepted. If you wish to pay in advance, you will be able to select member or non-member price from the drop-down menu, then adjust the correct number of adults after clicking "Add to cart." To add a child or change items in your "cart," click on "Continue shopping" (top right corner).

Organizers may record video and take photographs of the event and its participants. Some of these videos and photos will be developed for use in materials that promote the Twin Cities Cohousing Network and its activities. If you would prefer not to appear in these materials, please inform an event organizer each time you check-in at an event, or contact If we don't hear from you, we will assume that Twin Cities Cohousing Network has permission to use images taken for purposes associated with the promotion of the organization and its mission.

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Questions about TCCN? Email

Questions about the meal or ingredients? Email: ecbrackett [at] cohousing [dot] org

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Twin Cities Cohousing Network (TCCN) is a 501(c)(3) public charity. We welcome people of diverse faiths, colors, ages, genders, and beliefs who are interested in forming cohousing communities. The organizers thank you for your help in assuring a friendly alcohol-free, smoke-free, scent-free, and pet-free event.