#REALTALK-ING LIFE AFTER LOSS: (A DIFFERENT KIND OF) DINNER PARTY
Join us for a meal and a meaningful conversation about the people we've lost, and what it means to live well after. The Guinness World Record for largest potluck sits at 1,275 participants. We're okay with second best.
FREE WORKSHOP: UNDERSTANDING CA'S MEDICAL AID IN DYING LAW & PLANNING AHEAD
California's End of Life Option Act was signed into law and became effective on June 9, 2016.
When signing, Governor Brown stated, "I do not know what I would do if I were dying in prolonged and excruciating pain. I am certain, however, that it would be a comfort to be able to consider options afforded by this bill. And I wouldn't deny that right to others." This educational event provides a basic overview and understanding of the law.
LESSONS FOR THE LIVING FROM THE BEDSIDES OF THE DYING
Hosted By Redwing Keyssar
@ Lisa's Hearth, Oakland, 7PM
Join us for an evening with Redwing Keyssar, RN, Author, as she engages us in conversations about facing the mirror or mortality. Redwing offers poignant and provocative stories from her book, Last Acts of Kindness; Lessons for the Living from the Bedsides of the Dying, and from her 25+ years experience as a midwife to the dying.
OPEN DEATH CONVERSATION: AN EVENING GATHERING
Hosted by Zen Hospice Project @ Zen Hospice Project, 6:30-8:30pm
Our Open Death Conversation: An Evening Gathering is an excellent way to explore conversations dealing with end-of-life. An informal evening, held at our Guest House in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, brings people together from across the country to discuss topics relating to death.
Death OVer Dinner @THE BATTERY
In 2013 Michael Hebb and Angel Grant launched Death Over Dinner with 500 dinners in one night in 22 countries. Since then there have been tens of thousands of #deathdinners held around the globe, and the media has been along for the journey: NYTimes, USA Today, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Forbes, CNN, TEDMED.
Re:IMAGINING END OF LIFE @CCA
Hosted by California College of the Arts @ CCA, SF, 6:30-9:30PM
Please join California College of the Arts students and faculty for a film screening of Death Makes Life Possible by anthropolgist Marilyn Schlitz Ph.D. (with Deepak Chopra). Following the film will be a panel discussion with Marilyn and CCA faculty and students on how artists, craftspeople and designers can contribute to improving the end-of-life experience for people of all ages. This evening event is part of CCA's multi-year VIBRANT CITIES initiative that aims to provide a platform for faculty and students to engage in meaningful conversation where art + design meets social culture.