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Join us for our
October Death Cafe!
OCTOBER 15, 2020
4100 Starkey Blvd., TRINITY
What is a Death Cafe?
At a #DeathCafe people talk about death over tea and cake. Over 11,000 Death Cafes have been held in over 73 countries. A group of people, often strangers, gather to eat cake, enjoy tea and discuss death. A Death Cafe is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes.
It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counseling session.
A Death Cafe is a scheduled, non-profit get-together to escape the taboo of discussing death & dying.
Death Cafes are still somewhat unusual because death has always been a subject that people rarely to discuss… until someone gives you a comfortable place to do so.
Join us… let’s chat… and eat delicious cake!
Not on ZOOM.
Bring a mask.
Hosted by Diana & Justin
Call with questions (727) 376-5111
or email Diana@HeartwoodPreserve.com
FACEBOOK: West Pasco Death Cafe
West Pasco Death Cafe is back!
Interested? Curious? Hungry?
Heartwood Preserve is proud to host West Pasco Death Café gatherings in their beautiful Welcome Center.
Your Hosts: Justin Martz, a Yoga teacher-trainer along with Diana Sayegh, death-positive, Funeral Celebrant and Manager of Heartwood invites participants to share their thoughts and feelings on death.
It’s an opportunity for safe and open exchanges, without an agenda. Coffee, tea and cake are provided.
This is not an end-of-life planning event, bereavement group, or grief counseling.
For more about the Death Cafe movement, visit deathcafe.com
***** 4100 Starkey Blvd., Trinity 34655
*RSVP is required.
This meeting will be a maximum limit of TEN (10) attendees in order to help curb the spread of Covid-19.
Face masks encouraged.
Please ages 17+.
Thank you everyone! This class is now fully booked 1/29/2020
Patricia Zimmer, Heartwood Family and skilled basket weaver will donate her time on Saturday, February 15, to teach others how to make a coaster from pine straw found here at HEARTWOOD PRESERVE! She will instruct the class how to start, and learn a couple of designs. And, you could make a small dish from the basic coaster pattern after you leave if you wish!
Space is limited.
Pat’s Urns for families wanting to bury ashes naturally can be discussed by contacting Pat directly: Click here to email Pat
Patricia Zimmer’s Pine Needle Urn, made from pine needles found at Heartwood
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Trees of Heartwood: A Walking Tour
The 4 trees highlighted in our Heartwood walk are described below:
Longleaf Pine – come see the stages of growth
Slash Pine – Learn why the Slash pine is named after the “slashes”
Cypress & Oak.
Learn how to identify these trees and what their roles are in Florida’s ecosystems.
Talk & Tour Series at Heartwood, 9:00 AM, Saturday 2/24/18, Topic: “Trees of Heartwood” ~ Come take a guided walk through the Preserve with Heartwood’s Founder & Executive Director Laura Starkey to learn about the different species of trees that live here: the keystone Longleaf Pine, Slash Pine, Cypress and Oaks.
– Free, all ages welcome, moderate walk/hike, bring water, wear closed-toe shoes, wear comfortable clothing.
a RSVP is appreciated: (727) 376-5111
our email: info@HeartwoodPreserve.com
please call or email with any questions
Through the central part of Heartwood Preserve is a cypress dome wetland.
Learn about Heartwood Preserve, Natural Burial and Florida’s Wetlands with Laura
5:30pm – 6:30pm
Q&A & Tour – Please wear closed toe shoes or boots
Join Diana Tuesday June 6th for a Talk & Tour
9:30am – 10:30am
Q&A & Tour of Preserve:
What is Heartwood Preserve? Information on Natural “Green” Burial options and Pre-planning.