Saturday, October 27th, 2012, 9am-4pm
FREE EVENT @ University of the District of Columbia, Building 41 A-03 by Van Ness Metro
Hosted by Coop DC and UDC’s Kirkman Center for the Study of Cooperatives
Co-operatives are businesses owned and run by and for their members. They are based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equity and solidarity.
NEVER HEARD OF A CO-OP?
Come learn the basics at sessions like Coop 101 and the History of DC Coops.
INTERESTED IN STARTING A CO-OP?
Receive technical assistance from experts and other local co-ops.
ARE YOU A CO-OP GURU?
Build a local co-op movement by making connections with others in the co-op scene in DC.
PRE-REGISTER TO WIN PRIZES!
Cabot Creamery and author, John Curl, have graciously donated prizes in support of our conference. Pre-register through eventbrite to be entered in a raffle we will hold at the event!*
- Gift Basket from Cabot Creamery
- For All the People: Uncovering the Hidden History of Cooperation, Cooperative Movements, and Communalism in America by John Curl
* You must check in at the registration desk in order to win.
While we want to keep the event free, please consider donating what you can to help with event costs:
Help Us Build a Strong Local Network – Let’s Celebrate a Season of Co-ops!
To help us build this network beyond the conference, we encourage you to let us know about your co-op’s upcoming events so that we can add them to our shared Calendar.