About Kryspin Turczynski
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Entries by Kryspin Turczynski
Instead of waiting around for robots, we’re doing what humans have naturally done for thousands of years: help take care of each other as friends and neighbors. #cohousing https://www.ageinplacetech.com/blog/fewer-family-caregivers-what-s-tech-enabled-plan
Phoenix Commons residents and neighbors enjoying National Night Out on the estuary.
Jane showing off the quilts she made at Phoenix Commons’ monthly “Art Camp” in the dining room.
Concert at Crab Cove in Alameda! Great blues band in the park on a Friday night.
We weren’t all that surprised to find a nest of baby finches and a stray tomato plant making themselves at home here at Phoenix Commons. This place seems to attract all kinds of exciting life!
Book Reading and Community Forum at Phoenix Commons Cohousing, an EBCOHO Supporting Member Group with Melanie P. Merriman, author of Holding the Net: Caring for My Mother on the Tightrope of Aging, on the challenges and responsibilities of family caregiving. Free and open to the public. Come and share your caregiving story. Author to Speak at Caregiving […]
Our very own Tim made the news for his performance at SF Flower Piano last Thursday! https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/SF-s-Flower-Piano-Harmonies-among-the-13052249.php?utm_campaign=email-mobile&utm_source=CMS+Sharing+Button&utm_medium=social#photo-15827218
Our Fourth of July potluck barbecue was multigenerational this year! As you can see, the noodles were finger lickin’ good!
10 of us from Phoenix Commons and Jingletown attended the Families Belong Together march on June 30th.
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