Twin Cities June Forum Focusing on Green Burial

photo by Eli Effinger-Weintraub
From the mock green burial at our 2015 June forum.

We hope you can attend our annual June public forum, this year focusing on green burial. Join us for a mock graveside service and green burial; learn more about current options and regulations around green burial; share stories and ideas.

 
WHEN: Tuesday, June 13, 2017, 7:00 pm
WHERE: Prairie Oaks Memorial Eco Gardens, 8225 Argenta Trail, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077 (between Highway 55 and 149).
 
This event is free and open to the public. Donations are welcome to help the Minnesota Threshold Network continue our work.

Twin Cities May Meeting: Jewish Death Practices

Hodroff-Epstein Memorial Chapel, Minneapolis

Continuing our “Expanding the Conversation” series, the MTN Twin Cities May event will be on Jewish Death Practices. Our presenter will be Jim Wardlow of Hodroff-Epstein Memorial Chapel. The event is free and open to all.

Tuesday, May 9, 7:00pm
Hodroff-Epstein Memorial Chapel, 126 E. Franklin Ave, Minneapolis (click link for map)

Questions? Need more information? Contact the Minnesota Threshold Network at mnthresholdnetwork@gmail.com.

Friends of the St. Paul Public Library series: (New Ways of) Thinking About Dying

MTN Twin Cities members Anne Murphy, Anne Archbold, and Marilaurice Hemlock will presenters in the St. Paul Public Library’s upcoming discussion series “(New Ways of) Thinking About Dying.”

Presented by The Friends and Health Advocates—a Saint Paul-based public health consulting group which promotes communication that bridges differences in culture, language, and class.

From ‘conscious dying’ at home, to family-designed home vigils, to green burials, dying people and those who care for them are rediscovering and redefining what happens before, during and after death. Continue reading “Friends of the St. Paul Public Library series: (New Ways of) Thinking About Dying”