Posts Tagged ‘sober’

Well ok maybe it is not actually spring yet, but it felt like it today!

Here are some photos from the fun we had today around the Wingnut!

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Join the Wingnut Anarchist Collective for a Holiday Hangout on December 24th.

We’re thinking family, friends, food, food, food, puzzles/games, music playin, chilling, food, possibly organized games or present exchanges, movies, sleepovers, hot chocolate, cozyness in general.

More details to come, and ideas welcome. But if you are looking for somewhere to go for the holiday let us know. Probably be a sort of collaboration where everyone brings food and fun to share!

Wingnut Family Holiday Hangout!!!! Dec. 24th the whole damn day (maybe the next day too)

Join the Radical Recovery Support Group for some sober bowling!

Thursday November 14th!!

bowling
We will be meeting and eating from 7-8:30 at The Wingnut Anarchist Collective
and then leaving to be at Hanover AMF by 9pm!
Bring a dish to share if you can/want but we will have some food too. Food and soda is super expensive at the bowling alley so we want to eat a lot before we go!
We will definitely have room to give rides if you can meet at the Wingnut!

You can also meet us at the bowling alley right before/at 9.

The bowling is all you can bowl shoes included – about $12 bucks per person for 2 hours of all we can play, so please bring your own money! We will try to get coupons to cut down on cost but no promises.

There IS booze at the bowling alley, so its not a totally sober environment by any means. But we will be bowling as a sober group!

 

Radical Sobriety Meetings will now be held once monthly on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7pm. Meetings usually last 1 hour.

The next 3 meetings will be:

October 10
November 14
December 12

We will also be scheduling a sober bowling trip with estimated cost of 7-10 $ per person for early November so you can start saving your duckets!

And the Wingnut is hosting a sober potluck on Monday October 14th @ 6-9!

Coffee, tea and (sometimes)donuts and other snacks provided, a positive and productive support group for folks trying to get sober and stay sober. You are encouraged to bring snacks to share if you want!

The Wingnut is a sober space so definitely be sober for the meetings!

If you have any resources/ideas/zines etc on sobriety please get in touch!

non-religious, non-judgemental, an alternative to aa/na

peer support

planning for social events and harm reduction activism as well.

Tuesdays at 7pm. Meetings last about an hour.

Coffee, tea and (sometimes) donuts provided, a positive and productive support group for folks trying to get sober and stay sober.

The Wingnut is a sober space so definitely be sober for the meetings!

If you have any resources/ideas/zines etc on sobriety please get in touch!

non-religious, non-judgemental, an alternative to aa/na

peer support

planning for social events and harm reduction activism as well

#rva #sober #wingnut #anarchist

This is the RICHMOND stop on the tour for HEAVY HANGS THE HEAD, Taryn’s new book (more info at http://www.ladyteeth.com)!(Sadly, Bucky Sinister is not able to make it out east to traipse around with me Cassie J. Sneider can’t make it to Richmond but I’m excited to have lots of local zine folks join us)!

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ABOUT THESE FINE FINE PEOPLE:

Taryn Hipp is an old tattooed college lady who has been making zines for more than half her life. Currently she writes the perzine “Ladyteeth,” a collection of stories about her experiences being depressed, getting divorced, getting sober, & falling the fuck in love.

Jaime Morgan is a freelance writer and video maker residing in West Philly. A huge advocate of mental health awareness, Jaime is currently in the process of reprogramming her brain and focusing on self-care. She’s great at finding humor in the shittiest situations and is a rad example of human resilience. Jaime recently wrote her first zine, Blaming Gravity, which is about grief, depression, and all the things we’re not supposed to talk about.

Mo Karnage lives at the Wingnut Anarchist Collective and helps organize the Richmond Zine Fest. Mo likes reading lesbian mystery novels while snuggling their 2 dogs Grits and Flapjack. Mo writes the zine Cuddle Puddles and Hot Pants and wrote a book, The South is Still Rising, on the history of Radical and Anarchist Movements in Richmond VA from 1994 to 2004.

MORE TBA

HEAVY HANGS THE HEAD BOOK TOUR

AUGUST 22: WOODEN SHOE, PHILA PA

AUGUST 23: BLUESTOCKINGS, NY NY

AUGUST 24: BURLINGTON, VT

AUGUST 25: PAPERCUT ZINE LIBRARY, BOSTON MA

AUGUST 26: TBA, BALTIMORE, MD

AUGUST 27 THE DOLLHOUSE, WASHINGTON DC

AUGUST 28: CHOP SUEY BOOKS, RICHMOND, VA

WANNA HOST US? HOLLER.

Come hangout with us at the Wingnut for an outside movie screening of  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles  this Friday, August 2nd at 8:30 PM.

Free, Sober, All Ages

There’ll be popcorn!

Feel free to bring chairs/blankets

see ya’ll then!

Tuesdays from 7pm-8pm, coffee and tea and donuts provided, a positive and productive support group for folks trying to get sober and stay sober.

The Wingnut is a sober space so definitely be sober for the meetings!

If you have any resources/ideas/zines etc on sobriety please get in touch!

non-religious, non-judgemental, an alternative to aa/na

peer support

planning for social events and harm reduction activism as well

#rva #sober #wingnut #anarchist #collective #non-aa

The weekly Radical Sobriety Support Meeting will be tonight at 7pm. It normally happens on Tuesday nights, but because we have the LoveHoldLetGo shadow puppet and folk punk show this Tuesday we re-scheduled.
Hope to see you at either or both events this week!

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