Join us for a film and discussion about the tiny home movement. A screening of "Tiny: A Story About Living Small" will be followed by a panel discussion led by members of Tiny House In My BackYard (THIMBY), an interdisciplinary collaboration of UC Berkeley students designing and building a zero-net-energy tiny house on the Berkeley Global Campus.|
The film follows one couple's attempt to build a "tiny house" from scratch, and profiles other families who have downsized their lives into homes smaller than the average parking space. TINY is a story for a society redefining its priorities in the face of a changing financial and environmental climate. More than anything, TINY invites its viewers to dream big and imagine living small.
Sponsored by: Transition Berkeley, Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists' Social Justice Committee, and the Ecology Center.
The Historic Fellowship Hall is located at 1924 Cedar Street in Berkeley, at Bonita Avenue, one block east of Martin Luther King Way and three blocks west of Shattuck Avenue. This location is wheelchair accessible via the ramp on the Bonita Avenue side of the building.
Potluck snacks and meet and greet at 6:30pm; film at 7pm, followed by discussion.
Sliding Scale: $5-$20. No one turned away for lack of funds!
Berkeley Fellowship Unitarian Universalists Hall (View)
1924 Cedar Street (corner of Bonita)
Berkeley, CA 94709
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|