The National Cohousing Association is planning a national conference addressing the topic of aging in community May 19 – 21, 2016 in Salt Lake City.
Beautiful, contemporary home in Silver Sage Village Cohousing community. Spectacular Front Range views, Stainless gourmet kitchen, two first floor bedrooms and baths. Second floor loft with balcony an ¾ bath. Lush Courtyard, Common room with commercial kitchen, dining and more. Easy walk to trails, coffee, eateries, Skip to downtown. $899,000, MLS 774247
Contact Sherry Richards, Goodacre and Company 303-817-0132.
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Silver Sage is a vibrant 16 household co-housing community that includes shared Community House for bi-weekly potlucks, library,craft, meditation & exercise rooms.
Front porch for easy grocery unloading, & cheery back patio w/ honeysuckle vines overlooking community gardens.
Join us for a lively conversation of the Shared Senior Home idea on Sunday, January 25, 2015 from 3-5 pm at the Nomad Cohousing Community “Common Room” at 1410 Quince Ave., 1.2 block east of Broadway and the SKIP bus stop. Space is limited. Please contact us to RSVP at (303) 413.8066 or email info@OurHome-Colorado.org.
Our friends at Silver Sage Village are seeking artists, writers, artisans, filmmakers for a co-working space in the North Boulder Arts District. No toxic substances allowed.
Postal service Monday through Saturday; easy on street parking. Secure space, internet access, utilities paid, and flexible lease terms – month to month or six months. Call 303-910-5782 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Silver Sage Village is in the heart of the North Boulder Art District. It is the home for Photos by Gayla, Diana Helzer Art and Laura Tyler, as well as Michael Conti Productions and Boulder Community Media.
A group of artists has been working with the Boulder Arts Commission and Boulder City Council to get the Boulder NoBo designation official.
There are monthly 30 artists who open their work spaces for the NoBo First Friday art walk.
Click on the image of Gayla Oglesby to read a recent article that appeared in the Boulder Daily Camera about the NoBo efforts.
Silver Sage Village resident artists Diana Helzer and Gayla Oglesby joined Laura Tyler and Rebecca West for the NoBo 1st Friday art walk. (Photos courtesy of Jim Leach)