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Ojibway Death Cafe

Hosted by Sue Timpson-Mannell and Kelly Meloche


Date:

March 31, 2019

Start time:

1:00 p.m. (eastern standard)

End time:

3:00 p.m. (eastern standard)

Status:

Forthcoming

Address:

Ojibway Park Nature Centre

5200 Matchette Road

Windsor, Ontario

N9C 4E8

Canada

 

Accepts donations


About this Death Cafe

At Death Cafe, people gather to enjoy refreshments and discuss death. It is a relaxed environment where you can tallk freely about your views, share fears and ask questions.  We have no agenda for leading participants towards any particular conclusion or belief system.

Death Café is not a bereavement support group nor does it provide grief counselling and it may not be appropriate for people who have experienced a very recent and/or traumatic loss or death. 

Coffee, tea and cake will be serviced. We ask that you bring your own mug to avoid using plastic cups.

The organizers welcome donations at the door to help us cover costs. We will have a list of attendees at the door for check-in, so we invite you to save paper by not printing your ticket!  

Come and join the conversation! 


About Sue Timpson-Mannell and Kelly Meloche

We both enjoy discussing death and see it as a natural part of life. Sue has volunteered with Victims Services of Windsor and Essex County and is a Spiritual Care Volunteer at Erie Shores Hospice. She also holds a certificate in Grief and Bereavement.

Kelly Meloche is a Funeral Celebrant and Life Tribute Specialist serving all funeral homes and faiths in the Windsor Essex County area.