Our fourth (we’re on a roll!) Possibilities Self-Care Meeting is scheduled for July.
This month we’re going to talk about our community-building strategies – how we find community that feels safe and supportive, what barriers we’ve encountered, and what we need going forward. We’ll also introduce the newly structured group norms, which I’ve been working on since our last meeting.
This will be a discussion of self-care through, and within, community care.
Our July meeting will be on July 13, from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Nicholls Family Library, in the program room upstairs. There will possibly be snacks (though I am literally the worst at remembering them), conversation, and, most importantly, community.
We have a new focus on self-care and self-storying for the b+ community (bisexual, pansexual, and asexual, with an intentional focus on trans inclusion), and a new framework for sustainability (you can now support this work by backing the Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/sostarselfcare).
There is no cost to attend.
This is an intentionally queer, feminist, anti-oppressive space. The discussion will be open, as they always were, to all genders and orientations, as well as all abilities, educational levels, classes, body types, ethnicities – basically, if you’re a person, you’re welcome!
It is important to note that Possibilities Calgary is a community discussion group and not a dating group.