Creative Collaborative Coliving on a Historic Estate

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Creative Collaborative Coliving on a Historic Estate

  • Marker details
  • DescriptionWe are a coliving community focused on creative collaboration. Artists and makers, singers and dancers. Our home is a historic estate that we are renovating to make room for more collaborators, projects, and events. Projects in need of help cover a wide range of skills and complexity, from carrying things to computer networking, gardening to driving.
  • LocationUnited States, Massachusetts, Worcester County, Northbridge

  • Work
  • Type of work Art project
    Building
    Gardening
    General maintenance
    Help in the house
    Help with computers / internet
    Other
  • Hours per day 10-20 hours per week, flexible timing, alone or alongside other guests and residents
  • Work requirements: Able to follow directions.
  • Host's preferences
  • Availability: Send a message to inquire.
  • Duration of stay: Any duration
  • Maximum number of helpers: 8
  • Last minute requests: Okay
  • Host
  • Languages:English
  • Has pets? One building is open to cat and dog owners. The other buildings are pet free.
  • Smokes at home? No
  • Accommodation: Our guest rooms have four twin bunks, and two rooms share a full bath. Common spaces and kitchens are shared with other guests and residents.
  • Additional info
  • At the moment I write this post, a handful of examples from the 20+ items on our "quest board" include...
    Rake leaves and sticks off our recently cleared new forest trail.
    Replace the wiring in a dozen lamps.
    Update the WiFi in our three buildings to have the same SSID/password.
    Reduce a fallen tree to a pile of logs, firewood, and mulch.
    Collect and store all the reflective markers we put up for snow plowing/blowing last winter.