Moving Past Covid

Bring Best of Pandemic with You:
Move Forward, Create Community


Path among wooded treesThere is no better time than now to imagine what we want our lives to look like on the other side of this pandemic. Sinsinawa Mound Center is sponsoring a virtual workshop, From Me to We: Intentional Community and Our Great Realization, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. CDT Tuesday, June 22, to discover ways to move forward and create community. Many are talking about the “great realization” from quarantine: that we need each other, community and a sense of belonging. Participants will explore ways in which we can embrace this great realization more intentionally. Drawing on two decades of experience in four different intentional communities—both urban and rural—Eric Anglada will cover a brief history of community in the United States, offering examples of contemporary forms of community, the advantages and disadvantages of intentional communal living, and practical tips on starting or joining an intentional community. There will be time for questions and discussion. Anglada is the ecological programming coordinator at Sinsinawa Mound Center and cofounder of St. Isidore Catholic Worker Farm, Cuba City, Wis.

The fee is $15 per person, and the registration deadline is June 21 at 4 p.m. Please register by contacting Guest Services at 608-748-4411 or visiting our website at

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