The TimeBank is a repository of talent. Example: TimeBanker Jec Ballou is a lifelong equestrian originally from the East Coast who prioritizes helping horses move and perform better through correct physical conditioning. She has authored three training books, teaches widely in the U.S., and remains grateful for every day with horses. She believes the outside of a horse is good for the inside of a human.

She’s hosting An Autumn Afternoon with Horses for TimeBankers and prospective TimeBankers at her stables in Corralitos on Saturday, November 4.

It’s an opportunity to brush horses and feed carrots. There will be pony rides for the children and a mini demo on using your personal body language to communicate and interact with horses.

The farm is a private and peaceful spot. Are you drawn to TimeBanking? You’re encouraged to come enjoy the setting, take a stroll, sit on hay bales and just chat if not particularly interested in the horse aspect of this gathering.

Relationships of trust are seeded when we spend time in each other’s presence. Creating opportunities for such interactions to bear fruit is the TimeBank’s express purpose.

We call it Slow Currency. Like Slow Food or Slow Money. Do you want a new kind of currency in your pocket? Join in. We’re interested in what you have to offer.

August 22, 2017