Join us for a community potluck at 16 Freemont St. in Gardiner on Saturday, Sept. 27, beginning at 1pm. In case of rain, potluckers will move inside with limited space, so RSVP’s are highly recommended to Dan and Brenda Stevens at (207) 215-8421. Stacey Jacobsohn, the Director of T.I.ME, willRead More…
Mini-golf is a game that not only knits families together, but can heal the institution of Family, the nation, and the planet, when played by Timebankers…
CHARLES EISENSTEIN ON THE MORE BEAUTIFUL WORLD OUR HEARTS KNOW IS POSSIBLE 07/16 by ENVISION THIS | Culture Podcasts
Our own T.I.ME members Merry and Burl Hall hosted Charles Eisenstein on their thriving Envision This Radio program on BlogTalk Radio, talking about creating the new story that we want to live based on meaningful work and a gift culture; it’s a great listen: CHARLES EISENSTEIN ON THE MORE BEAUTIFULRead More…
Transformational Economics: Introduction to Mutual Aid Networks
Time Initiative of Maine and Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center are hosting Stephanie Rearick for an evening of collaboration and information-sharing on community development models, including TimeBanking, Co-ops, and Transition Towns.
Stacey Jacobsohn, Director of T.I.ME, talks about economic alternatives for cash-strapped Mainers with Jennifer Mitchell on “Maine Things Considered:” http://www.mpbn.net/DesktopModules/PDGNews/MediaPlayer.aspx?PDGNewsStoryID=33339&PDGNewsMediaID=9233&TabID=181&ModuleID=3475
Listen to “Virginia Conversations” on public radio discussing vibrant statewide efforts to grow the TimeBank movement for community connections and resilience. Discussions include meaningful community exchanges, the core values of TimeBanking, comparison to other alternative currencies and concerns of governance and trust within TimeBanks. Very inspirational and informative! http://virginiapublicradio.org/2014/03/28/virginia-conversations-time-banking/
Ryan Toothaker, Director of Information Technology for T.I.ME, has started a new blog of interest to anyone who has ever wanted to throw their computer across the room. Check out Ryan’s first post– You’ll want to subscribe to this: Blog » Techie Goodness.
Elevation Q&A: Edgar Cahn, who believes that everyone has something to contribute.
Japan has already learned the health benefits of time banking. Huffington Post shares why America needs to do the same on a mass scale: 5 Things We Can Learn About Aging Well From Japan.
You can save humanity when you stop at tollbooths. A fun thing that I do to spread the idea of reciprocity–Pay for the car behind you and ask the tollbooth operator to ask the next driver if they would like to pay it forward.