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Mar 14 The Second Annual Local Cooperatives Forum

 
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The Second Annual Local Cooperatives Forum

Thursday, March 14, 2013
6:30-9:30 pm
Santa Barbara Central Library—Faulkner Gallery
No charge, but donations gratefully accepted
Refreshments will be served

This will be a time for sharing our community-building and cooperative projects, and inviting each other to participate in visions and ventures that bring meaning to our lives. Hear about local cooperatives that are active in our community as well as emerging organizations and ideas. There will be an opportunity for each of us to get involved in exploratory circles to discuss various projects or issues we want to share with others. We will also learn about follow up cooperative events. Each of us can contribute as much or as little to the conversation as we are moved to do in the moment.


The forum takes place on Thursday, March 14, 2013, 6:30-9:30 pm, at the downtown Santa Barbara Public Library (Faulkner Gallery), 40 E. Anapamu St., 93101.
No reservations required.

For more information: 805-705-5844, papatopierre@yahoo.com
Sponsored by Interplay, a newly forming local group that is focused on cultivating collaborative community.

Co-sponsors: Isla Vista Food Co-op, Bonfire Collective, Sweetwater Collaborative, BiciCentro, Santa Barbara Housing Co-op, Santa Barbara Permaculture Network, SB Timebank, Michel Saint-Sulpice

 
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