MOSAIC Co-op is looking for Summer subletters!

Posted April 23, 2015 by mosaic2000

Are you looking for a place to live over the summer?  MOSAIC Co-op’s house on Sherman and Foster may be the place for you!
We have many rooms available from mid June to mid September, with room rates depending on size generally between $450 and $550 per month.  As a subletter, you’d be welcomed into the MOSAIC community.  MOSAIC strives to live intentionally and cooperatively through nightly meals made by other co-opers, communal chores,  and events and parties.  If you think you’d be interested in living at the Co-op, shoot us an email here. Our subletting committee will reply to help you learn more about the house and get you set up!

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MOSAIC Co-op is looking for Summer subletters!

Posted April 23, 2015 by mosaic2000

Are you looking for a place to live over the summer?  MOSAIC Co-op’s house on Sherman and Foster may be the place for you!
We have many rooms available from mid June to mid September, with room rates depending on size generally between $450 and $550 per month.  As a subletter, you’d be welcomed into the MOSAIC community.  MOSAIC strives to live intentionally and cooperatively through nightly meals made by other co-opers, communal chores,  and events and parties.  If you think you’d be interested in living at the Co-op, shoot us an email here. Our subletting committee will reply to help you learn more about the house and get you set up!

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Winter Recruitment Brunch!

Posted February 9, 2015 by mosaic2000

Our annual Winter Brunch for prospective members will be this coming Sunday, February 15th!
If you’re interested in living in MOSAIC but want to learn a little more first, this is the perfect time to see the house, meet the community and get a taste of our amazing cooking.
Check out the event on Facebook! We hope to see you there!

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Applications for the 2015 – 2016 School Year are Live!

Posted January 12, 2015 by mosaic2000

Join our community!
Applications are live!
Apply ASAP, admissions are rolling.
If you’d like to know more about MOSAIC send us an email, or write to us on Facebook.  We have dinner 5 nights a week, let us know if you’d like to attend one night to learn more about the Co-op (or to just hang out, visitors always welcome).
Check out the application if you’re interested here.

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Growing Season in Review

Posted November 2, 2014 by corriegirl

Well, it’s not quite the end of the year, but as the growing season winds down, it seems like a good time to look back and share what all we’ve accomplished this year.
Autumn view of nearby Douglas Park
People and Pets!
We started out the year with three new members — Saba, D’Avon, and Astrid. We also were happy to welcome Wally, a Chihuahua pup that Glenn and Noreen rescued from the neighborhood.  We also said farewell to our tenant in R2 and have been busy getting that unit ready for sale. We look forward to selling that unit and introducing a new member (or more) soon. Also – some of us are hoping to bring in new pets in the spring – chickens!
John brings the bedroom walls back to life
 
Jayson & Corrie make the windows shine
D’Avon makes the stove glow
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pavement & Planting
Our biggest achievement of the year was in April, when we ripped out a bunch of pavement in the courtyard to make way for a new style of gardening. This was an expansion of a project that started years ago, which created the wonderful container garden beds we were starting with. Over a few days this spring, we removed the concrete between our existing planters and the fence. Everyone had a blast trying the different tools, though we definitely learned our lesson, that the jackhammer got us the best bang for our buck. Jayson’s dad even came down from Wisconsin, and we have named our friend Anthony an honorary Hubbie for his commitment to the project.
Maybe next year, we’ll be able to use more of the courtyard that gets the best light for native and edibles gardening. In the meantime, we are pretty happy (Read more…)

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Growing Season in Review

Posted November 2, 2014 by corriegirl

Well, it’s not quite the end of the year, but as the growing season winds down, it seems like a good time to look back and share what all we’ve accomplished this year.
Autumn view of nearby Douglas Park
People and Pets!
We started out the year with three new members — Saba, D’Avon, and Astrid. We also were happy to welcome Wally, a Chihuahua pup that Glenn and Noreen rescued from the neighborhood.  We also said farewell to our tenant in R2 and have been busy getting that unit ready for sale. We look forward to selling that unit and introducing a new member (or more) soon. Also – some of us are hoping to bring in new pets in the spring – chickens!
John brings the bedroom walls back to life
 
Jayson & Corrie make the windows shine
D’Avon makes the stove glow
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pavement & Planting
Our biggest achievement of the year was in April, when we ripped out a bunch of pavement in the courtyard to make way for a new style of gardening. This was an expansion of a project that started years ago, which created the wonderful container garden beds we were starting with. Over a few days this spring, we removed the concrete between our existing planters and the fence. Everyone had a blast trying the different tools, though we definitely learned our lesson, that the jackhammer got us the best bang for our buck. Jayson’s dad even came down from Wisconsin, and we have named our friend Anthony an honorary Hubbie for his commitment to the project.
Maybe next year, we’ll be able to use more of the courtyard that gets the best light for native and edibles gardening. In the meantime, we are pretty happy (Read more…)

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Growing Season in Review

Posted November 2, 2014 by corriegirl

Well, it’s not quite the end of the year, but as the growing season winds down, it seems like a good time to look back and share what all we’ve accomplished this year.
Autumn view of nearby Douglas Park
People and Pets!
We started out the year with three new members — Saba, D’Avon, and Astrid. We also were happy to welcome Wally, a Chihuahua pup that Glenn and Noreen rescued from the neighborhood.  We also said farewell to our tenant in R2 and have been busy getting that unit ready for sale. We look forward to selling that unit and introducing a new member (or more) soon. Also – some of us are hoping to bring in new pets in the spring – chickens!
John brings the bedroom walls back to life
 
Jayson & Corrie make the windows shine
D’Avon makes the stove glow
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pavement & Planting
Our biggest achievement of the year was in April, when we ripped out a bunch of pavement in the courtyard to make way for a new style of gardening. This was an expansion of a project that started years ago, which created the wonderful container garden beds we were starting with. Over a few days this spring, we removed the concrete between our existing planters and the fence. Everyone had a blast trying the different tools, though we definitely learned our lesson, that the jackhammer got us the best bang for our buck. Jayson’s dad even came down from Wisconsin, and we have named our friend Anthony an honorary Hubbie for his commitment to the project.
Maybe next year, we’ll be able to use more of the courtyard that gets the best light for native and edibles gardening. In the meantime, we are pretty happy (Read more…)

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Growing Season in Review

Posted November 2, 2014 by corriegirl

Well, it’s not quite the end of the year, but as the growing season winds down, it seems like a good time to look back and share what all we’ve accomplished this year.
Autumn view of nearby Douglas Park
People and Pets!
We started out the year with three new members — Saba, D’Avon, and Astrid. We also were happy to welcome Wally, a Chihuahua pup that Glenn and Noreen rescued from the neighborhood.  We also said farewell to our tenant in R2 and have been busy getting that unit ready for sale. We look forward to selling that unit and introducing a new member (or more) soon. Also – some of us are hoping to bring in new pets in the spring – chickens!
John brings the bedroom walls back to life
 
Jayson & Corrie make the windows shine
D’Avon makes the stove glow
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pavement & Planting
Our biggest achievement of the year was in April, when we ripped out a bunch of pavement in the courtyard to make way for a new style of gardening. This was an expansion of a project that started years ago, which created the wonderful container garden beds we were starting with. Over a few days this spring, we removed the concrete between our existing planters and the fence. Everyone had a blast trying the different tools, though we definitely learned our lesson, that the jackhammer got us the best bang for our buck. Jayson’s dad even came down from Wisconsin, and we have named our friend Anthony an honorary Hubbie for his commitment to the project.
Maybe next year, we’ll be able to use more of the courtyard that gets the best light for native and edibles gardening. In the meantime, we are pretty happy (Read more…)

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Growing Season in Review

Posted November 2, 2014 by corriegirl

Well, it’s not quite the end of the year, but as the growing season winds down, it seems like a good time to look back and share what all we’ve accomplished this year.
Autumn view of nearby Douglas Park
People and Pets!
We started out the year with three new members — Saba, D’Avon, and Astrid. We also were happy to welcome Wally, a Chihuahua pup that Glenn and Noreen rescued from the neighborhood.  We also said farewell to our tenant in R2 and have been busy getting that unit ready for sale. We look forward to selling that unit and introducing a new member (or more) soon. Also – some of us are hoping to bring in new pets in the spring – chickens!
John brings the bedroom walls back to life
 
Jayson & Corrie make the windows shine
D’Avon makes the stove glow
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pavement & Planting
Our biggest achievement of the year was in April, when we ripped out a bunch of pavement in the courtyard to make way for a new style of gardening. This was an expansion of a project that started years ago, which created the wonderful container garden beds we were starting with. Over a few days this spring, we removed the concrete between our existing planters and the fence. Everyone had a blast trying the different tools, though we definitely learned our lesson, that the jackhammer got us the best bang for our buck. Jayson’s dad even came down from Wisconsin, and we have named our friend Anthony an honorary Hubbie for his commitment to the project.
Maybe next year, we’ll be able to use more of the courtyard that gets the best light for native and edibles gardening. In the meantime, we are pretty happy (Read more…)

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Growing Season in Review

Posted November 2, 2014 by corriegirl

Well, it’s not quite the end of the year, but as the growing season winds down, it seems like a good time to look back and share what all we’ve accomplished this year.
Autumn view of nearby Douglas Park
People and Pets!
We started out the year with three new members — Saba, D’Avon, and Astrid. We also were happy to welcome Wally, a Chihuahua pup that Glenn and Noreen rescued from the neighborhood.  We also said farewell to our tenant in R2 and have been busy getting that unit ready for sale. We look forward to selling that unit and introducing a new member (or more) soon. Also – some of us are hoping to bring in new pets in the spring – chickens!
John brings the bedroom walls back to life
 
Jayson & Corrie make the windows shine
D’Avon makes the stove glow
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pavement & Planting
Our biggest achievement of the year was in April, when we ripped out a bunch of pavement in the courtyard to make way for a new style of gardening. This was an expansion of a project that started years ago, which created the wonderful container garden beds we were starting with. Over a few days this spring, we removed the concrete between our existing planters and the fence. Everyone had a blast trying the different tools, though we definitely learned our lesson, that the jackhammer got us the best bang for our buck. Jayson’s dad even came down from Wisconsin, and we have named our friend Anthony an honorary Hubbie for his commitment to the project.
Maybe next year, we’ll be able to use more of the courtyard that gets the best light for native and edibles gardening. In the meantime, we are pretty happy (Read more…)

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