March 6 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Very limited attendance. Registration is required. Click here to register to receive a private link to this Zoom meeting.
Bring along your morning beverage of choice and join Anita Peters, Humanist celebrant, and other facilitators in this death café, informal yet intimate virtual conversation about how we approach our mortality.
A Death Café is a scheduled get-together to discuss an often taboo subject – death. The purpose is to educate one another and to help each other become more familiar with the end of life. The idea originated with a Swiss sociologist and anthropologist Bernard Crettaz, who organized the first café mortel in 2004.
Please note: This is not a bereavement group. Please see these Bereavement & Grief Support Resources for support.
About Lives Well Lived
“A warm, uplifting and enlightening feast for the heart, mind and soul.”
— The NYC Movie Guru
Forty people aged 75 to 100, with a collective life experience of 3000 years, share their secrets, wit, and wisdom on how to live a meaningful life. Watch the film, participate in a special Q&A with filmmaker/director Sky Bergman, and learn how to record your own personal memoir or oral history as we celebrate our lives well lived together.
Full List of Events:
February 20-24 – Film Screening Days
February 21 – Virtual Q&A with Writer/Director Sky Bergman
February 24 –My History as an Heirloom: How Will I Be Remembered?
February 27 – Oral History: A Virtual Hands-On Workshop
March 6 – Death Cafe
The Lives Well Lived Film & Event Series is presented by Fairfield Museum and History Center.
Co-sponsored by Shaughnessey Banks Funeral Home and Mark This Day with Love, a service for commemorating the milestones in one’s life. Special thanks to our fellow partners, Pequot Library, Fairfield Public Library, SHU Community Theater, and the Bigelow Center of Fairfield.