Ohana! Fundraiser And Networking For Nndc And Sustainabilty!

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OHANA means Family. This event is about connecting with like-minds, building new friendships and community, and exploring progressive ways of living!

Networking and synchronicity will abound, kicking off with Intentional Community Happy Hour and networking at 6pm. What does it take to build sustainable, resilient community?

Discussions will likely surround whatever is on your mind and in your heart, going deeper into meaningful interactions and conversations... and also permaculture, organic farming, sustainable living models, progressive parenting, wellness retreat centers and other workshop ideas on an intentional community to bring together commerce and consciousness, the arts, and life as we see it and experience it!

We know something better is possible.
To make it happen, we know we must act. But how?
By joining us at the George Washington Carver Museum on
Thursday, September 17th, for starters.

We don't just want to talk about progress, everyone talks! We will ask participants to take a personal action that advance areas where the individual and collective efforts align and progress, moving them closer to being a reality. Several of Austin's community creators will present opportunities for you to share your perspective and engage your passion at Action Booths. This will be fun and meaningful to each person who plays the game!

We invite you to join WILD FAMILY for a private screening finale before they enter the Sundance Film Festival. Kat and Kabirin Lindsay light the trail for progressive parenting as they share the months of traveling and interviewing 40 families who have decided that they want more for their children's well-being, education, and environment. There will be two private screenings in the theatre ahead of its submission to the Sundance festival. Showtimes are 6:15 and 8:30pm.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Natural Neighborhood Development Coalition, which establishes alternative housing developments in and around the City of Austin using natural building methods and much more. Come hear all about everything they do and get plugged in to the community.

What's more, you'll have the opportunity to visit the earthbag home of NNDC founder Thea Bryant! Her residence was featured as part of the Austin Weird Homes tour. Shuttles will provide transportation to and from Thea's home.

Hors d'oeuvres and healthy drinks will be provided, and food trucks will be available.

Join us for a night cap at Thea's house afterward, for continued discussion and connection!
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By: Resilient Communities

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