Death Cafe

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Cardinal RoomAHML Rooms for Staff Booking Only
Sunday, August 18, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Event Details

Death Cafes are group-directed discussions on the often taboo and uncomfortable topic of death. While eating dessert and drinking tea, discuss what inspires us to make the best of the time we have and how death plays its part in life.This discussion is not intended as a counseling group or a grief support.So, come and have a cup of tea and ask such questions as "If you could live forever, would you?"

Rebekka James
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Signups open until Sun, 08/18/2019 - 2:00pm

08/18/2019 14:00:00 08/18/2019 15:30:00 America/Chicago Death Cafe Arlington Heights Memorial Library Program Cardinal Room,

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