Date(s) - 11/17/2018
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Robin's Nest
Death Cafe at The Robin’s Nest in Bellingham, MA
Death. Community. Cake.
Facilitated by Elsa Elliott and Danielle Dionne
Death Cafes breath life into conversations about death! Please join us for a lively, open, confidential conversation about death in the fashion of the growing movement of Death Cafes. Death Cafes are being held all over the world as a place for people, often strangers, to come together to share refreshments and converse about death. Many participants find such conversations help to engage them more fully in life. Through the offering of Death Cafes, we wish to bring death out of silence and provide a venue for people to speak about this openly and freely.
And there will be cake!
The objective of a Death Cafe is “To increase the awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives.”
Please note: This is not a counseling group or a bereavement group.
Death Cafe was founded by Jon Underwood in the UK based on the work of Bernard Crettaz. Lizzy Miles was the first person to offer Death Café in the US. For more on death cafes: http://deathcafe.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/
For information on this series of Death Cafes: https://www.facebook.com/
About Elsa Elliott, Danielle Dionne
Elsa Elliott is a healer (LMHC, minister, Reiki, Spiritual consultant) and spiritual educator who leads a pagan ministry on death, dying, grief and bereavement. Facilitating the shift towards a society which embraces death and grief as a natural part of living is one of her passions and she believes Death Cafes are an essential part of facilitating this shift.
Danielle Dionne is a psychic medium, healer and teacher. She is a hospice volunteer and is passionate about end of life care. Danielle offers classes, development groups, mentorships, readings and healing sessions in Southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She is the proprietress of Moth and Moon Studio, a spiritual center located in Bedford, NH.