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Rocky Corner Cohousing Online Presentation

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Rocky Corner Cohousing Online Presentation

Time: September 14, 2020 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: secure Zoom online platform
Street: welcome@rockycorner.org
City/Town: Bethany
Website or Map: http://rockycorner.org
Phone: 203-903-2646 (-COHO)
Event Type: community, event
Organized By: Marie Pulito
Latest Activity: Aug 30, 2020

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Come to an online info session of Rocky Corner Cohousing, a neighborhood with an organic farm, being built now in Bethany CT, just 5 miles north of New Haven.  We are Connecticut’s first cohousing community.
At this event, future residents of Rocky Corner will explain the concept of cohousing and the vision for Rocky Corner,  our energy efficient homes, the shared common house and land. We value conservation and community.  Last homes for sale now.
RSVP:  e-mail welcome@rockycorner.org for the link.

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