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Transition Whatcom Book Study Group

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Transition Whatcom Book Study Group

Time: September 5, 2013 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Birchwood Neighborhood: The home of Joy Patterson and Paul Keupfer
Street: 3218 Firwood Ave
City/Town: Bellingham WA
Phone: 360 778 7188
Event Type: book, group
Organized By: Twog
Latest Activity: Sep 4, 2013

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Event Description

By request, we are having a  second meeting on the "Connecting" section of the book.

Join us on Thursday, Sept. 5th at 6:30PM as we continue our study of The Transition Companion, by Rob Hopkins. (review)

This month: Looking at the "Connecting" section.  Topics included in this chapter are:
Forming networks, involving the council, working with local businesses, oral histories, engaging young people, the role of storytelling, and pausing for reflection. And 6 Transition Tools.
 

Come to the meeting with Three ideas you found inspiring generated from the readings in "Connecting" - either things you would like to more learn about, things you would be interested in teaching or things you would like to do as a work day with the group.

We will continue to meet on the first Thursday of the month until we are done with the book.

Ownership of the book would be helpful, but not necessary.  If you have the earlier Transition Handbook, we will have some comparison between the two.  Many important parts of the Transition Companion are available online as the Transition Ingredients.

If you'd like to purchase the book, please consider purchasing from the TW Bookstore page here (via Village Books).  Purchases from our bookstore support both TW and our locally owned independent bookstore.

You can call Warren (650 380 3231) with any questions.

This is an Open Group. Drop-Ins are welcome!

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