“Death Cafes let participants explore end-of-life questions” – The Blade

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by Nicki Gorny | The Blade, Toledo, OH

“Where would you like to die?

“In a hospital or at home? Perhaps in the course of doing something you love?

“And what do you think happens when you die? Angel choirs or a great big nothing?

“How do you feel about hospice? About social media announcements of a loved one’s death? Would you want someone to eulogize you on Facebook or Twitter? Would you want them to keep it off the Internet? Or would it not matter to you at all because … well, you’re dead?”

Continue reading this article at The Blade, click here.


Discover what Death Cafes are all about. The Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resources | Berks-Lancaster-Lebanon Service Area has Death Cafes scheduled for each of our counties for early 2020.

Lancaster County  on Saturday, January 18 at the Manheim Township Public Library

Lebanon County on Saturday, January 25 at the Lebanon Community Library

Berks County on February 15 at the Cramp-Hummel Funeral Home in Reading

Come out to a Death Cafe near you to learn more about living and dying. And why Death Cafes have become such popular events.

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