Little Flower Wish List

Jan 13, 2014 by

Hey, Flower Fans! Your favorite cooperative has just updated its Wish List. Got stuff you’re currently not using? Contact us! We may be looking for it. (We’ll barter, too, if you’re looking for something in turn.) Check out our full lists of wants and needs at The Little Flower Wish List page, and give us a...

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The Bay Way!

Dec 12, 2013 by

The Little Flower isn’t the only co-operative in the vanguard.  Check out the new article on intentional communities in the Bay Area that just appeared in the New York Times fashion section: “The Embassy is one of many “intentional communities,” a tech-savvy, not particularly politicized version of communes, which are being flocked to by 20- and 30-somethings in the Bay Area, where shared living became popular in the 1960s. By the count of Ms. Schingler, who is starting an urban real estate development company focused on collaborative living, there are about 50 spaces similar to the Embassy officially operating in and around San Francisco. “While each has its own quirks, they all aspire to foster creativity, fuel entrepreneurial endeavors and collaboration and make life generally more exciting.” See the whole story at the New...

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Police At The Piano

Aug 6, 2013 by

Look who’s playing the new piano in the LFC front yard: a talented member of our Police department! Check out the performance video by clicking the image below:...

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WALL THERAPY!

Jul 19, 2013 by

This week Little Flower has the great honor of hosting artists from the 10-day Wall Therapy event! You’ve probably seen their work. Check out the links below, and meet the actual artists at the events. Wall Therapy Kick Off: Today! (7/19) – 7-10pm @ The 1975 Gallery Wall Therapy Web Site: www.wall-therapy.com/ Wall Therapy On Facebook:...

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Sunday Mushroom Workshop!

Jun 30, 2013 by

Mushroom Workshop! Come learn to make mushroom gardens! Get more food from your composting efforts! On Sunday June 30th, from 10am to 4pm, at the Little Flower Collective at 493 Parsells Avenue, we will present creative ecologically sound approaches to planting perennial edible and medicinal mushrooms in a variety of landscapes, working with free common materials and fool-proof methods. Click here to learn more:...

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