We are all so grateful that she is OK, and that we live in a place where we can count on our neighbors when things get tough.
“The tulips and daffodils are showing their stuff, brightening even the greyer days with their color.”
The theme was "Eco + Village: How Do We Really Fulfill our Mission While Keeping Our Community Connected?" and topics discussed included affordability, building fun infrastructure (treehouses and ziplines, oh my!), strategic planning, creating a culture of connection, creating/sustaining more beauty in the village, member retention, [and more].
You're invited to our upcoming Dancing Rabbit events in the San Francisco Bay Area; we hope you'll invite your friends too! Dancing Rabbit founder Tony Sirna is in the Bay Area and will be giving his Making Sustainability a Reality slideshow at various locations around the area. Below are the currently scheduled events, but others are in the works throughout the Bay Area so be sure to check our website for last minute additions. January 24th, 2014 - Friday at 6 pm at a PLACE for Sustainable Living in Oakland, CA. Tony will be on a panel with Karen Litfin,…read more >
We have a recent addition to our Week in Preview meetings: "I Heart DR", where folks say what they love about DR, and right now I'm feeling warm and fuzzy about the connections I feel with everyone who lives here.
You are invited to our upcoming Dancing Rabbit events in New York City and we hope you will invite your friends too. Dancing Rabbit founder, Tony Sirna, will be in New York City in November giving his Making Sustainability a Reality slideshow at various locations around the city. You can get information on this event and other upcoming Dancing Rabbit events on our website November 9th, 2013 - Saturday at 3 pm – Staten Island, New York, NY at the Every Thing Goes Book Cafe. The ETG Book Cafe is located on 208 Bay Street on Staten Island. November 13th,…read more >
So many seasons are coming to an end here at Dancing Rabbit: the last visitors and work exchangers of the year are trickling away home, peak growing time is drawing to a close, and our final Saturday tour takes place this weekend…
Finally a break in the heat! But it was brutal for well over a week, with multiple days of three-digit heat indexes (I looked it up and yes, "indexes" is acceptable, fellow word lovers! "Indices" is also correct, but more common in academic writing...). And with no rain to speak of and none in the forecast, the gardens remain thirsty, the pond is starting to look a little low, and energies were certainly flagging at times. The pond stayed pleasant, however, which was a big plus, and it looks like the temps will be more manageable for the near future.…read more >