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Death Cafe: APRIL

April 25 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm




What is a Death Café?
We are a group of people, often strangers, we gather to eat sweets, enjoy coffee & tea…… and discuss death. It’s that simple.

A Death Café is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counseling session.
A Death Café is a scheduled, non-profit get-together to escape the taboo of discussing death & dying.

We are participating in the Death Café movement, a life-affirming international social franchise started 9 years ago by Jon Underwood in London and later popularized by Lizzy Miles in the United States. Underwood developed the Death Café model based on the ideas of the Swiss sociologist Bernard Crettaz who, together with his anthropologist wife, studied funeral rites in their town and other cultures. When Crettaz’s wife died in 1999, he initiated meetings in local bistros to talk about death.

Death Cafes have spread quickly! As of today, there are 11552 Death Cafes in 73 countries since September 2011.

Death Café has no staff. We are run on a voluntary basis hosted by Diana Sayegh.

So, join us, your local, (Pasco County) WEST PASCO DEATH CAFE!



Ages 17+ please!!!

RSVP REQUIRED. No walk-in’s.

Not on ZOOM.

Bring your mask.

Call with questions (727) 376-5111
or email [email protected]

Need to know more? Visit:

APRIL 25, 2021
4 PM – 5:30 PM
The Welcome Center @ Heartwood Preserve
4100 Starkey Blvd.


Heartwood Preserve
4100 Starkey Boulevard
Trinity, FL 34655 United States
(727) 376-5111
View Venue Website


Diana Sayegh
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