Tag: Past-events


Annual Meeting 2019

It was great to see many of you at our Annual meeting on December 2, 2019. It’s lovely to come together one night a year and share with all cohousers what our association is doing to bring more and better cohousing to the US. We’d like to say a big thank our Association Supporters. Their... Read More

The People You Meet . . .

Two years ago, as Coho Nashville was wrapping up, I posted this to my Facebook feed.  I wonder who I will meet this year in Portland? I love cohousing people. Unique, passionate, life-changing, world changing people. Also peculiar in any number of ways. This week I have met people who: Spend years building hopes and dreams.... Read More

AGOG – Actively Growing Older Gracefully

AGING GRACEFULLY IN MULTI-GENERATIONAL COHOUSING Have you noticed that folks in your cohousing community are getting older? You moved in five, or ten, or fifteen years ago and people who were in their fifties and sixties are now starting to look old and perhaps suffer from the effects of aging. Your community may have begun... Read More

Impact of Senior Cohousing

There is a senior housing crisis in this country. In the United States, traditional senior housing options aren’t meeting the needs of older adults. Many attempts to put seniors in community have proven to work short term, but funding and employee retention continue to strain these organizations. Senior support, like Meals on Wheels, drains local... Read More

Conference Bus Tours: Spend Time In Community!

While there is an abundance of information on our Coho/US website about the variety of cohousing communities, as well as the option to post inquiries to the Cohousing-L list serve, nothing compares to spending time at a community. Whether you are forming a community and in the process of learning all that you can, or... Read More

Cultivating Resilience at the Regional Cohousing Conference

Let’s talk resilience! That’s what I’ll be doing at the Regional Cohousing Conference this year and I hope you all are coming and want to dig in to that concept. What does it mean for our communities to be resilient: economically, ecologically and socially? I’ve been playing in the domain of community for a couple... Read More

Registration is Open for Colorado Regional Conference

The 2018 Boulder CO Regional Cohousing Conference holds the keys to creating a highly functioning cohousing community. There is something for everyone – those exploring the idea, newly forming groups or existing communities. For Newly Forming Communities: You will learn how to get started, meet the people who can help make it happen, and discover... Read More

Embrace Your Cohousing Resolutions and Mark Your Calendar!

Living in Cohousing is a thriving national trend, and intentional communal living is flourishing as a social movement; from young folks raising families to older folks aging successfully in community.Want to learn how to create cohousing? Ready to jump-start your cohousing dreams? Want to refine what you have? If you answered yes to any of... Read More

Time to think about cohousing.org

It’s that time again… This website has grown, and it’s time to think about the next iteration of the site. To do that, we ask ourselves, and you: Who is coming to the website? What do they want to find? How could we organize things so that it all makes sense, and all the different... R

Public Presentation Addresses Senior LGBT Housing Crisis – Friday Aug 25th 4pm

Public Presentation Addresses Senior LGBT Housing Crisis Durham, NC— Village Hearth Cohousing invites anyone interested in solving the senior LGBT housing crisis to a free public presentation on Friday, August 25th at 4:00 p.m. at Southwest Regional Library in Durham, NC. The presentation will feature architect and cohousing expert, Charles Durrett (McCamant & Durrett Architects)... Read More