We are an open forum group that meets in a safe, comfortable setting to discuss death.
-No agenda, no selling, no special themes-
Real people with real thoughts, personal stories, questions to ask & experiences they wish to share –
and maybe a few laughs too!
West Pasco Death Café members can enjoy refreshments & cake, while discussing this “TABOO” topic– or just come to listen!
Free to attend *conference room voluntary donation ~
We ask attendees are 18+ and older please.
DEATH CAFE WEBSITE LINK TO THIS MEETING
Contact Diana at Heartwood Preserve with any questions or to RSVP (727) 376-5111
West Pasco Death Café
West Pasco Death Café
We welcome you to be a part of a global movement to discuss death, dying and end-of-life concerns.
*No agenda, no selling, no special themes – just real people with deep thoughts, stories, questions & personal experiences they wish to share – and maybe a few laughs too! Death Café members can enjoy coffee, tea & cake in a comfortable, safe, private, respectful setting. We are not however, a support group for people who are actively grieving or in the end-of-life planning stages, we suggest members are 18 years of age and older as well.
Free to attend with donations accepted, as this location does charge a fee for their private room.
Want more information? Visit our local Death Café Facebook page: Death Cafe &/or the Death Café website, to better educate yourself: www.DeathCafe.com
Join the conversation.
Death Café Trinity will be meeting at People Places,
5742 Main St., Downtown New Port Richey,
Thursday, 1/18/18 promptly at 7:00 PM.
Death Cafe Trinity is an open forum group that meets monthly to discuss all topics of death.
-No agenda, no selling, no special themes- just real people with real thoughts, stories, questions & personal experiences they wish to share – and maybe a few laughs too!
Death Cafe Trinity members enjoy coffee, tea & cake in a comfortable, safe, respectful setting. Death Cafes are not, however, support groups for people who are actively grieving or in end-of-life planning stages, we suggest members are 18 years of age and older as well.
Join us ~ Call Laura Starkey or Diana Sayegh for more information (727) 376-5111.
A RSVP is requested as space is limited.
What to expect at a Death Café? http://www.deathcafe.com/
at Heartwood Preserve
Death Cafe is an open group meeting that gathers once a month to eat cake and talk about death. Why? because unfortunately, this topic is uncomfortable and a Death Café can change that. Topics range from personal stories, grief, rituals, aging, and advice to humor! — It is also okay to just come and listen too. There are over 1,500 Death Cafes in 26 countries around the world, and now, here in Trinity. ~ Join us!
Please RSVP; space limited
Check back for updates or call (727) 376-5111