Death Talk Project sponsors these regular events: Death Talk Goes to the Movies and PDX Death Cafe. Check out what these good folks are offering in the coming months:
Grief Rites is a monthly literary showcase about all things grief, loss, death and dying. Post 134, 2104 NE Alberta St, Portland.
May 6-June 3: Understanding Death & Dying: Facing Mortality with Courage and Insight, a four-week class on Saturday mornings with Kris Gould through Portland Underground Graduate School.
May 7: LIVE PERFORMANCE OF A FINISHED HEART. With great emotion and gentle humor, A Finished Heart inspires audience members “to give and receive love in ways unimagined.” Become enveloped by the intimacy of a beautiful marriage as Eliott Cherry performs the conversations he shared with his dying husband. A Finished Heart features story, poetry and an original musical score. 65 minutes, followed by discussion with the author/performer. FREE, made possible by North Portland Neighborhood Services. More info.
May 9: A Good Death: A personal blueprint hosted by End of Life Doula Services. Register.
May 13: Motherless Mother’s Day Ceremony & Potluck in Portland with Shae Uisna, or create your own using Shae’s guidelines. RSVP.
May 13: A Healing Ceremony for Women Who Have Lost Children with Heather Michet & Georgena Eggleston. Register. Download a flier.
May 20: Tree of Living & Dying: A Gathering for Sacred Story hosted by Spirit of Resh Foundation in Ashland. Download a flier.
May 31-June 4: 7th Annual Death and Afterlife Awareness Conference, coming to Portland with a May 31 kick-off event co-sponsored by the Death Talk Project: The Dilemma of Death & Language of Loss: A Conversation. Use the promotion code “HP” for $10 off general admission to the full conference.
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