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Share Haven Potluck

Time: July 7, 2012 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Never Ending Books
Street: 810 State Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.sharehaven.org
Phone: 860.216.7291
Event Type: community, economics
Organized By: Adam Wascholl
Latest Activity: Jul 10, 2012

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Potluck at Never Ending Books 

SHARE Haven Potluck 
at 
Never Ending Books
810 State Street
New Haven
Saturday, July 7, 6PM


Share Haven will be hosting the first of what is hoped to be many upcoming potlucks. Especially exciting is the fact that it will be the first potluck held since 2010, making it a great opportunity for those within the network to reconnect with one another.

You will hear a few words about the changes being made to the network, as well as using it as an opportunity to express any thoughts you may have about Time Banking. Come and join us for a fun game. Try to write down a good or service you'd like to share with another person. The participating individuals will share these offers with one another by picking them randomly from a hat.

 The Share Haven website has been revised and expanded. 
Instead of just covering news about the Time Bank, it now acts as a 
hub for other local exchange networks: GiftFlow and The Elm City Exchange Network. Take a look at these other networks; having multiple ways to exchange helps create robust and resilient economies.  

 

For those of you on the Time Bank revisit your profiles and update your offers and requests.  Now that the website is back, the plan is to actively spread the word about these incredible community building tools.  

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