Hosted by Jacquie Palm-Fraser


Feb. 19, 2020

Start time:

1:00 p.m. (Mountain Standard)

End time:

3:00 p.m. (Mountain Standard)


4855-51 Avenue



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About this Death Cafe


This will be the third in a series of 4 Death Cafes in the Eckville community running every Wednesday in February of 2020. If these sessions are well received, they may be offered again in the future.  


If you’ve never attended a Death Café, you may be wondering about what to expect.  According to the website at “”,


“At a Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death.”


Each session will involve discussions arising from the participants themselves with no intention of leading people to any specific conclusions, products, or courses of actions. This means that values and belief systems of anyone in attendance will be honored and respected. Although Death Cafes do not provide counselling or bereavement support, they do provide a safe and confidential space to share experiences and increase death awareness with the hope of helping people to live their finite lives to their fullest.  A Death Café will not be useful to people who are not able to discuss death quite freely.


Death Cafes are always operated on a not-for-profit basis. This series is being offered for no charge but donations to the Eckville Municipal Library will gladly be accepted given their generous donation of providing the space for the event.


If you have any questions or would like to RSVP, please contact Jacquie at 403-350-4549 or email her at Although you can attend without registering, letting her know that you are attending will help  in the planning of the events


For more information as to what to expect, please check out the website at


Looking forward to sharing this time and space with you,




About Jacquie Palm-Fraser


About Jacquie Palm-Fraser


Jacquie is a long-time resident of the community who is interested in everything that promotes self-awareness and life satisfaction for people in need of encouragement and advocacy.


Her education includes a BA (Psychology Major, Sociology Minor) from the University of Calgary, an Addictions Studies Certificate from Mount Royal University, Relationship, Business & Wellness Coaching Specialties from the Institute of Life Coach Training and End of Life Doula Certification from Douglas College. 


She has also received training from the following local organizations;


  • Canadian Mental Heath - Bereavement Facilitator,


  • Alberta Health Services - Bereavement Support Training & Palliative & End of Life Care Training,


  • Mental Health Commission of Canada - Mental Health First Aid Training




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