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How do we want to die? Few conversations we have throughout our lifetime are as critical as those about death. But according to Michael Hebb, co-founder of the end-of-life awareness campaign Death Over Dinner, it’s a conversation we’re not having often enough. Hebb pulls up a chair at Town Hall to share advice from his book Let’s Talk About Death (Over Dinner), offering keen advice about these conversations that ranges from spiritual to practical to downright funny and surprising. Hebb meets with award-winning photographer Chase Jarvis, and together they offer us a chance to cast an unflinching eye at the end of life.
Hebb and Jarvis encourage us to transform the seemingly difficult conversation about death into one of deep engagement, insight, and empowerment. Join Hebb and Jarvis for an evening that transforms one of the most universally difficult conversations into a celebratory and meaningful opportunity—and explore ways to change not just the way we die, but the way we live.
A few renowned NW musicians will be joining these speakers and singing their favorite death-themed songs. Expect to hear from singer songwriter Kaylee Cole, Luz Elena (Y La Bamba) and friends.
Presented by Town Hall Seattle and The Collective.