NICA Panel Discussion-Wednesday, Oct. 13, East-West Bookshop

Small, intentional communities are an important part of the solution to the problems of our age, offering a much-needed example of a way of life based on co-operation, harmonious living, shared resources and human relationships. Their strength comes from their intention- the conscious purpose of coming together to create a better, more human-scaled lifestyle.

Learn more about this exciting new way of life as representatives from the diverse Shared Housing, Student Co-ops, ashrams, and Co-Housing communities that exist in the Seattle area share and answer questions on many of the facets of community living that have relevance to all of us: finances,relationships, communications, leadership, aging, ecology, permaculture, family, education, decision-making.


  • Event: NICA Panel Discussion: Hope for a Better World
  • Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2010
  • Time: 7:00 to 8:30pm
  • Location: East West Bookshop (6509 Roosevelt, Seattle, WA)

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