On Wednesday, April 24th, from 6-7:30 pm, it’s Death Café Provincetown, offering a space to come together as friends and community to reflect and discuss what we believe is important with regards to death and dying. Death Café Provincetown is a place where we can ask questions and share experiences; it is a place where we can celebrate life while cultivating an active relationship with death.

Death Café discussions are open-ended, participant-led conversations with no agenda, objective or theme. Death Café Provincetown is not a grief support group nor a counseling session; it is an opportunity to make friends with death. 

Death Café Provincetown is a free event open to all. Refreshments will be provided. Death Café Provincetown is at the Provincetown Commons, 46 Bradford St. in Provincetown. Hosted by Dawn Walsh, end-of-life doula & founder of Provincetown’s annual Day of the Dead Festival.