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Hosted by Newton Cemetery & Living Wisely, Dying Well


Nov. 1, 2018

Start time:

7:00 p.m. (EST)

End time:

8:30 p.m. (EST)


Newton Cemetery & Arboretum

Memorial Chapel

791 Walnut Street

Newton Centre, MA 02459



United States


Accepts donations

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About this Death Cafe

Death Cafes are designed to provide people a safe space to talk about issues related to end of life and death. No agenda, no presentation simply a place to explore and discuss.


The Newton Cemetery Chapel is beautiful and peaceful. 


Please join us. Refreshments will be served!

About Newton Cemetery & Living Wisely, Dying Well

Newton Cemetery is an active cemetery and accredited arboretum serving the needs of all faiths for Newton and beyond. The Cemetery was founded in 1855 during the rural garden cemetery movement that began with Mount Auburn Cemetery. The historic grounds are open to the public 365 days a year.


The Friends of Newton Cemetery is a charitable, non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining the cultural, historical and natural aspects of the Cemetery. The Friends supports public programs and events such as Death Cafes, Cemetery preservation, and care of the Arboretum, ensuring Newton Cemetery will remain a treasure for eternity.


Living Wisely, Dying Well is a Newton-based initiative with the mission to change how people approach and communicate their values, goals and preferences for end of life care, should they not be able to speak for themselves due to serious illness or trauma.


Arza Goldstein-- co-founder of Living Wisely, Dying Well.  Hospice RN, The Conversation Project workshop facilitator and Death Cafe host.

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