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Death Cafe to brew talk about living and dying

Sunday 31st March

Death Cafes are held all around the world to help us make the most of our lives, by broaching the subject of death and dying in a safe place and format. Why not come along to a cafe this Sunday being hosted by Jessie and Victoria?

According to the organisers this gathering will be a simple conversation – where you can listen from the back or jump in with your curiosities, questions and your experiences.

What: Death Café

Where: Level 1 70 Shepherd St, Marrickville

Date: Sunday 31st March

Time: 2pm – 5pm

Cost: Free but RSVPs are essential as numbers are limited.

For more info: email Jessie Jessie@thegroundswellproject.com or Victoria victoria@liferites.com.au.

Catering: We will have tea and coffee and some snacks, however, we ask that you bring a plate to share (a couple of apples from the fruit bowl would suffice!)

Accessibility: This is not a wheelchair accessible venue, please accept our apologies for this.

Photos: A journalist will be there who is curious about how Death Cafes work and may take photos – you will be given the opportunity to opt out of any photos taken on the day.

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