Posted by BernieFolan
Hosted by Eric Van Lente and Bernie Folan
Jan. 28, 2019
8:00 p.m. (GMT)
10:00 p.m. (GMT)
The Secret Garden
4 William Street
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
"There are very few places where we can talk about death... We just wanted to create an environment where talking about death is natural and comfortable...." Jon Underwood, Death Cafe founder
WHAT PEOPLE SAID ABOUT PREVIOUS DEATH CAFÉS
''Comfortable, relaxed, friendly, well worth it''
''Open & welcoming, great atmosphere''
''Really interesting & positive experience''
''Innovative, supportive, expansive''
''Really well worthwhile''
Donations are welcomed to cover event costs, any proceeds over and above costs will be donated to Galway Hospice.
It is not possible to book places for this event in advance, spaces are limited to 30, and so we encourage you to arrive in plenty of time for the 8pm start to ensure your spot is secured!
About Eric Van Lente and Bernie Folan
Eric enjoys creating spaces in which people can explore their thoughts, feelings & experiences in relation to challenging and emotional topics such as death. Eric is working on a PhD on the experience of oneness/non-dual awareness ('being at one with everything'.).
Bernie Folan works in scholarly communication. She has attended many death cafés over the years, as both facilitator and attendee. She has experienced the life-enrichment and transformative power that sharing a safe space to talk about death can bring. Believing passionately that open minds and hearts grow compassion and peace, she is keen to help enable more Death Cafés to happen in Galway.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe
Please also see: https://m.facebook.com/events/524772481367901