Time Bank Boulder connects Colorado Front Range residents to each other and to several local community service organizations. We enable a time-based currency called TimeDollars. For each hour you help someone in the TimeBank Boulder community, you earn one TimeDollar, which you can then ‘spend’ on someone else in the TimeBank Boulder community helping you. It’s simple, yet powerful – both for you and for your community.
Come see AVATAR with your SkillShare friends
Do you need help selling items on Craigslist? I can help
Loaning Plumbing Snake
I have a 25’ hand-operated plumbing snake that you can borrow
General Home Repair
Small Home Repair, Plumbing, Insulation, Electrical
I’m a licensed massage therapist with 18+ years experience
Member Rae W. needs two people to move an armoire
Proofreader needed for our monthly e-newsletter
Yard and Garden help
Our volunteer gardeners did not show up and everything is weeds
Catsitter needed for 5 days sometime this summer. We can work around your schedule
Supervised Play Dates
Would like my daughters (2-1/2 years, 4 months) to be around other children, parents
SkillShare had its Spring Potluck on April 25th. About 25 folks attended, including current and future members.
We were entertained by Overflow, the duet/band featuring the lovely and talented Athena Valentina and SkillShare member Jay Wyshak. They performed during the social hour, with several members getting up and dancing. We had great food and then president Jan DeCourtney spoke about our interest in expanding what Boulder SkillShare TimeBank is doing, with offers for positions where people can use their creativity, learn and help others. Please consider sharing your time.
This was followed by members announcing something they need (requests) and something they’d like to do for others (offers). The discussion was characterized by the wonderful warmth and caring of the members of this organization.
There was wonderful food and lots of socializing and networking, making and strengthening connections and friendships, and
camaraderie. Many thanks to Dorothy Cohen who coordinated the event, and to Jordan Davies
for assisting. Potlucks are one way that our members enjoy the warmth of a caring and supportive
community. It’s fun to see those you’ve helped and who help you, and to make new
Our Potluck Team will be planning more such events — on different days of the week, at different times, and at different locations — to provide opportunities for as many members as
possible to attend at least once each year. Knowing other members makes all the difference in being part of this community. It adds a dimension of familiarity and friendship that enhances belonging to our organization If you have access to a place where we can hold a potluck please contact Dorothy Cohen(firstname.lastname@example.org).
The next pot luck will be June 5th at Bonnie Sundance’s home just above Nederland.
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