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Lunch and Learn – The Benefits of Sharing a Room in Your Home: How Home Sharing Works
January 17, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The Benefits of Sharing a Room in Your Home: How Home Sharing Works // a talk by Kirby Dunn
Homesharing is a simple, but powerful, idea where two or more people share a home for mutual benefit. Not just for college students, homesharing can help reduce costs and expenses, while building friendships.
Kirby Dunn, Executive Director of HomeShare Vermont, will explain how homesharing works, and answer your questions.
For more about HomeShare VT: https://www.homesharevermont.org/
About OZ’s Lunch and Learns
We gather at Ohavi Zedek’s Social Hall as an in-person event from noon to 1:30. (No Zoom unless conditions change.)
A delicious lunch will be offered. Monthly speakers will covere a wide range of topics. Seating will be available for those who want to stay masked and not join us for lunch. Our goal is for everyone to feel comfortable and enjoy the talks.
The program is free, with an option to make a donation to support our programming.
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