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Green Burials

What if death were more connected to life? What if we honored the cycles of life by returning our dead to the earth in an ecological way? What if cemeteries preserved forests and natural habitats? A movement is underway to do all this. Dyanne Matzkevich, a representative of the Green Burial Council, will fill us in on options available to us in North Carolina. It’s way past time to rethink (or think clearly for the first time!) about how death and life can be reconnected! Refreshments served. Suggested donations: $5 (no one turned away).

Come early and check out Recyclique, our upcycling co-op’s retail shop, for jewelry, accessories, gifts, books, vintage, rain barrels, local crafts
0pen: 3 - 6 pm Wed, Thur, Fri & 10 am - 5 pm Saturdays

Next week: Fri. Nov. 22, 6:30 pm, Film: “No Impact Man”
Recyclique is a non-profit project of CommunEcos For more info: [masked]

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