Comments from participants who have attended our Death Cafes:
“Thank you for a wonderful evening of conversation. I really appreciated the connections and hearing the moving stories of others. We're in front of screens so much these days, it feels discombobulating, but last night I felt a deep heart-to-heart kinship. Much appreciation to Nicola and Angela for the invitation, and to all those who responded with a tender "yes!"
“I too appreciate the space Nicola and Angela hold for the Death Cafe. I'm without words, yet absolutely engaged.”
We’re looking forward to our next gathering on September 21st.
We invite you to come as you are, from wherever you are.
Come and talk about Death and leave feeling a little more alive.
CCDC Death Cafe's
Join us at our September 21st Death Cafe
Death, loss, grief; we're all feeling the weight of it. Death Cafes are made for these times. Join us, online, from wherever you are. Come as you are. Pour yourself a cuppa something comforting and let's have a conversation.
There is no cost to attend a Death Cafe and never will be, however, we are suggesting a donation of $5 if you are moved to support our work. https://www.ccdcnetwork.com/support-our-work
Unfamiliar with Zoom?
Here’s a link to help you set it up and then test that it’s working for you.
We look forward to reconnecting with those who've attended other Death Cafes and we welcome anyone new to join the conversation.
Some of the beautiful women who joined us on May 19th.
Death Cafe is an open and relaxed conversation about death and dying. Share thoughts and experiences about any death-related matter you care to discuss.
Photos of participants at one of our 2019 Death Cafes held at the Library in Williams Lake.
Everyone's welcome. Come once. Come often. Come alone, bring a friend.
Death Cafe Article in the Williams Lake Tribune by Monica Lamb-Yorski