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OPEN DEATH CONVERSATION: AN EVeNING GATHERING

Hosted by Zen Hospice Project  @Mountain Yoga, Oakland             6:00-7:30pm

Our Open Death Conversation: An Evening Gathering is an excellent way to explore conversations dealing with end-of-life. An informal evening, held at Mountain Yoga in Oakland, brings people together from across the country to discuss topics relating to death.

THE ART OF DYING VIRTUAL + AUGMENTED REALITY ART EXHIBIT

Hosted By DreamLogic
@ The Laundry, 6-10PM

This interactive art show features work by pioneering artists from around the world who are using immersive technologies to reimagine what it means to be mortal. 

Dying to know

Hosted By Peninsula Jewish Community Center (PJCC), with Mission Hospice & Home Care and Seniors At Home @ PJCC Board Room, 12:30-5PM

Join us for an afternoon devoted to compassionate consideration of end of life concerns for ourselves and our loved ones. Keynote address from Mission Hospice Medical Director Dr.Gary Pasternak; topics include advanced directives, palliative care, and more. 


DEATH OVER DINNER - JEWISH EDITION @ JCC EAST BAY 

Hosted by JCC East Bay's Amy Tobin and Shoshana Berger of IDEO with Reboot @ JCC East Bay, Berkeley, 6-9pm

Drawing on both ancient and contemporary Jewish thinkers, Reboot's new project provides a framework and insights to enrich these dinner table conversations on life's most challenging moments. Death Over Dinner - Jewish Edition believes that talking about death helps us articulate and affirm who we are and what we ultimately care about, leaving us better able to embrace the mysteries of death and to appreciate life. In partnership with Michael Hebb, co-founder of Death Over Dinner, and Reboot faculty member and IKAR co-founder Rabbi Sharon Brous.

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Carpe Diem 

Hosted by Luisa Covaria of OpenIDEO @ Here Collective, 930 Alabama Street, SF, 8pm

This audio-video performance takes an audience through an experiential journey. You'll explore life and loss, confront your fears, and remember those we long for.

You are welcome to bring poetry, music and anything you would like to share  to honor the magical unicorns in your lives that are not physically present with us anymore, we would love to have you share.