Reflecting on attending her first Death Cafe Marion shared, “I didn’t expect so much laughter, and the time just flew by. It was amazingly uplifting, and I learned so much from the diversity of perspectives.”
Sit around tables of 3-6 people for a group directed discussion. Bring your questions, share your experiences.
Red Brick Cafe is a physically accessible space with gender inclusive washrooms. Bike lock up available. The closest bus stops are in St George's square. Free 2 hour parking is available downtown. We aim to create a space welcoming to all spiritual or religious beliefs or non-beliefs. To learn more about Death Cafes please go to deathcafe.com
Humble thanks to the approximately 50 people who joined the event and shared their stories and experiences to create a vibrant night. Huge appreciation to Red Brick for their kind and accommodating support and work.
We were joined by Guelph Today who wrote an article on the event.
Quite sincerely, it's an honour to create and hold space for my community to step in to these vulnerable and meaningful conversations. Thank you for joining me