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afternoon course on Pleasurable Communal Living 10/9, Oakland, CA

 
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Introduction to Pleasurable Group Living, October 9, 3 - 5 pm, $40

In our society, living as an independent family unit is becoming increasingly difficult for social and economic reasons. Isolation and loneliness are also growing problems. We believe that group living is a potential solution to these issues. And besides, it's fun!

In "Introduction to Pleasurable Group Living" we will address topics of interest to the students. These may include such topics such as how to ensure fair treatment of everyone in the group, create affordable housing, provide better child and elder care, reduce expenses and create more security.

The course is held at the Oakland Morehouse, an intentional community established in 1968 near Lake Merritt. It is taught by senior members of the   Lafayette Morehouse community.  Lafayette Morehouse is a 42+ year old intentional community. You can register online or at the door. Questions? registrar@lafayettemorehouse.com
 
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