Posted by JanetWPrescott

Hosted by Hospice Help Foundation and the Portsmouth Public Library


Oct. 8, 2016

Start time:

10:00 a.m. (EST)

End time:

12:00 p.m. (EST)


Portsmouth Public Library 175 Parrott Avenue, Portsmouth, NH


United States

Suggested donation:

No entry fee. Donations are welcome to benefit Hospice Help Foundation

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About this Death Cafe

Hospice Help Foundation introduced the Death Cafe  to the NH Seacoast one year ago and since that time, large numbers of people have come to join in the community conversation on death, dying, and living life to the fullest. We offer this so that people have a safe setting in which to hold this sometimes awkward conversation. Now, partnering the the Portsmouth Public Library, our Death Cafe is being held quarterly. We believe that death is no conversation killer, and invite you to join us in a thoughtful and thought-provoking conversation where you can share what's on your mind.

Join us on Saturday, October 8th for coffee, cake, and to discuss your inevitable demise. Our Death Cafe brings community members together in small group settings with experienced facilitators who particpate with you in the conversation. There's no agenda: you decide where the conversation goes. Pre-registration is necessary so RSVP to or by calling 603-766-0444

About Hospice Help Foundation and the Portsmouth Public Library

Janet Prescott is the Executive Director of Hospice Help Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to impoverished Hospice patients and their families. Janet has worked in hospice for two decades, presents workshops on Personal Death Awareness and Hospice Philosophy, and has provided hospice training to hundreds of people in the community over the past 20 years.

Pat Coughlin, MSW, is a former hospice social worker and currently works as a palliative care social worker in a hospital setting.Pat studies contemplative caregiving at the NYC Zen Center.