New book group Wed Sept 14 – the best way to learn about Transition

The Transition HandbookCurious about what all the excitement is about Transition?

The best way to find out more is through a book group reading “The Transition Handbook.” A group of about 6-12 people reads and discusses the book chapter-by-chapter in a friendly, no-pressure way. Many people like the connections they make in the group. Several book groups have continued to meet for many months after they finished the book, becoming friends and working on projects together. This is the sixth book group we’ve had in Palo Alto.

Book groups are free and there’s no obligation.

Book group leader Barbara Weinstein writes:

Transition Handbook Book Group 6 will be starting Wednesday September 14 and run every other Wednesday over the next few months (meet and greet at 6:30pm, meeting 7-9pm).

William Mutch, Eitan Fenson, and I will be facilitiating, and the first meeting will be held at my house in Los Altos.

There’s more general information about Transition book groups here:
https://transitionpaloalto.org/learn/learning-together/

Please pass the word along to anyone who might be interested! For more information and directions, people can contact William (permifree AT yahoo DOT com), Eitan (eitan AT fenson DOT com), or me (barbara AT ontrk DOT com)

[UPDATE Sept 12: William Mutch writes: “The dates are 9/14, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, 11/9, 11/16, 11/30. So, every other week for two months, then an odd schedule in November, to avoid the holidays.”]

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My wife and I live in a small condominium in the San Francisco Bay Area. From 2004-2009, I was the main editor for the Energy Bulletin website (http://energybulletin.net). In previous lives I was a technical writer for Hewlett-Packard, a high school teacher and a newspaper reporter and editor.

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