We’re currently offering online programs only, due to Covid-19.
We offer a wide variety of ways for Members to be involved in the space, both during the day and in the evening. It’s important to note that Alder Commons does not require participation in classes, workshops, clubs, or events. Just “hanging out” is great!
Classes take place across multiple sessions. They may revolve around typically academic subjects such as History and Algebra, or further afield topics like Basic Woodworking, Graphic Design, or Magic the Gathering.
Workshops are one-time learning opportunities. They may cover topics like Bread-Making, Attachment Parenting, Sewing, etc.
Clubs are self-organized around interests held by members of the community. They may include things like Chess Club, Video Game Club, Gardening Club, Skateboarding Club, etc. Existing groups may also occasionally use our space to meet, if they are hosted by an Alder Commons Member.
All in-house programs are included with the cost of membership!
Some programs may ask for additional fees to cover the cost of materials, and some programs are offered on-site by third parties which may have their own fee schedule.
Share your passion
We’re excited to invite folks from the community to share their interests. What are you excited to share?