Hosted by Lizzy Miles and Eric Maedeker


March 7, 2015

Start time:

10:00 a.m. (EST)

End time:

12:00 p.m. (EST)


Panera Bread Community Room Area

782 North State Street

(Maxtown & Rt 3)




United States


Free to attend

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About this Death Cafe

This is as authentic as you can get.  No agenda, no ideology. You share what's on your mind.  This is a discussion group, not a grief group or educational session.  Guests over 18 please.  If you are ordering breakfast, please order in time to be seated by 10:00. Feel free to bring your breakfast in to the room early during set up.  (Though we might put you to work...we're all family).

No RSVP needed... just come on over!  Feel free to email if you have questions though!

About Lizzy Miles and Eric Maedeker

Lizzy is a passionate advocate for end of life issues and has presented her research at national and international conferences. Two years ago, Lizzy Miles hosted the first Death Cafe event in the United States and has personally mentored dozens of other Death Cafe hosts around the world.  Lizzy's work with the Death Cafe movement has been featured in numerous national newspaper and radio stories.

Eric is a graduate student in the department of Social Work at the Ohio State University. Eric's area of interest is in gerontology and he also loves his dog Henry.

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