Monday, 11 February 2013

2nd Death Cafe in Maine with Nancy McAlley

WHAT: Many people recognize that we live in a death denying culture and that we can live more fully if we embrace the fact that death happens. Death Café is a place with a relaxed, open, safe atmosphere where you are invited to share discussion with others, relating to issues surrounding life and death. 

WHO: Anyone is welcome. It is an event for all ages

WHEN: Thursday, February 21 from 6:30pm – 8:00pm

WHERE: 9 Field St. Suite 340, Belfast, Maine

Complimentary food and drinks will be provided.

There is no fee to attend.

RSVP to Nancy at 342-3421 as space is limited.

Directions will be provided with RSVP

Nancy McAlley is an Interfaith Minister, a Certified Life-cycle Celebrant, a Home Funeral advocate, a Grief counselor, and an RN with extensive experience regarding end-of-life care.

Nancy lives near the ocean in Maine and loves to read, knit, visit friends and spend time in nature.

1 comment:

  1. It’s very interesting to see the development of Death Café’s. I predicted something similar to this in my novel The Trial of Poppy Moon, a legal, medical thriller based on Near Death Experience. Although published in October last year it was written three years ago. At the end of the story, groups come together to discuss the social implications of the newfound reality of the afterlife and how to make the most of their lives.
    With Dr Sam Parnia’s AWARE project results out in the autumn all but proving survival after death and Prof John Fischer with his 5 million dollar grant to investigate precisely these social issues, it will be interesting to see how Death Café’ discussions have evolved a year from now. The Trial of Poppy Moon is available on Amazon. Check out my blog at


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