Next Coho tour Sunday Feb 18 at 2:00pm. Meet at the common house (the community entrance, not the street side). Please RSVP to email@example.com, so we know to look for you. A community work party is happening at the same time, so you will get to see cohoots in action!
We will meet at the Common House at 10:30am. Bring your questions, it’s always more fun with good questions! We will see a Coho work party, tour the path, the gardens, the bike barn, and more! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, so we know to wait for you.
One of the two groups of devotees of the activity formerly known as crossfit who practice at Coho with social distancing (except for the family group featured last. Enjoy this quick view!
Covid-19 has brought marimba practice sessions out of doors this spring. There are a number of marimba classes at Coho. Most days music drifts down the path. The Coho path really does sound like the video. This particular performance was for a high school music class taking place on-line. Raine and Katie asked Coho friends […]
You might say I missed my calling in life. I should have been a water witcher. Oh, well… some creative plumbing for a tree with a non-invasive root system and we have a tree that will one day shade the circle in front of the common house and the path in that area. Only one […]
Judy Peterman, community member/friend of Coho, organized Cover Corvallis, a Covid-19 mask making project at Coho. Cohoots were covered, along with all of the employees at our local food Co-op (the Co-op received one hundred masks). Donations went to many others in need of masks. Some CoHoots also sew for the Corvallis Sewing Brigade, supplying […]
Circles of Solidarity: when the weather permits, decorative chalk circles on the path indicate exactly where to stand to be six feet apart. The visual really helps those of us who are accustomed to a little tighter social spacing get used to the new distance. At the beginning of the shut-down, concerns about minimizing contact […]
Glimpses from our talent show in October:
Caroline and Nick discovered cohousing by watching the movie “Happy.” This prompted them to look for our community. They were able to rent a unit until one became available to buy. To celebrate their recent purchase of a unit at Coho, they hosted a “Happy” movie party at the common house. The smiles were many. […]
Christine and Rich from the Master Gardeners Program installed this snazzy kiosk in front of the common house to inform neighborhood gardeners about what to do each week in the garden. It also lists gardening activities around town, such as garden tours. While viewing the kiosk, cohoots and neighbors can be inspired by the rhuartigus […]