Migrating Families, Continued: Moving to be Closer
Date(s) - 09/23/2018
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Fireside Room

Many of us have moved, or are thinking of moving, to be closer to relatives or good friends. Many of us have welcomed family and friends moving to be closer to us. Even without hostile borders, these moves can be complicated. How do you afford housing? How do you live well with your parents/children/siblings when you are all adults? What about loss of your community and creation of a new one? At our second meeting of 2018, former Palo Alto resident Nik Ingle shares sometimes hard-won insights about moving into a three-generation household with an impressively small carbon footprint. Nik is a materials scientist, his wife is an environmental educator and film maker, and his mother-in-law is a city planner – and they use all their skills to navigate life in the Democratic Republic of Berkeley and with each other. (And then there is the cat and the middle schooler…) If you want to be on the Migrating Families email list, send a request to the email address above, but no registration or preparation required to attend in September.

Date: Sunday, Sep 23
Time: 12:30-2 pm
Location: Fireside Room
Facilitator: Wynne Furth
Contact: Wynne Furth (wynne_f@uucpa.org)
Registration: Not required


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