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Spokane Death Cafe

Sunday, February 5, @ 1:00 pm 3:00 pm

Death is 100% guaranteed, and talking about it won’t kill you…

Join us for our second FREE Death Cafe, in Spokane, WA. The purpose of this Death Cafe is to provide a space for people to gather, eat cake, drink tea and discuss death. We want to increase awareness of death and help people make the most of their (finite) lives.

This Death Cafe will offer a safe place for you to talk about all aspects of death, without judgement.

Join us at 318 S Cedar St, Spokane, for our Death Cafe. This will be held at the First Presbyterian Church downtown from 1-3pm. NOTE: THIS IS NOT A RELIGIOUS OFFERING.

This will be a group directed discussion about death with no agenda, objectives or themes. Note: This is a discussion group, not a grief-support or counselling session. This Death Cafe is open to, and respectful
of, people of all communities and belief systems.

Registration is not necessary, but we will begin promptly at 1pm and end at 3pm. Coffee and cake are free. This event will also have a VIRTUAL COMPONENT, so if you are interested in joining us virtually, send us a message so we can add you to the Zoom on the day of the event

318 S Cedar St.
Spokane, WA 99201 United States
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(509) 747-1058
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