Our annual Community Conversation Series is a three-evening event dedicated to starting the conversation, sharing information and providing the tools needed to begin the process of putting one’s priorities and desires into action. We feature regional and national keynote speakers leading the discussion about end-of-life care and wishes, opening our minds and hearts to talk about death and dying. Past speakers include Roz Chast; Lucy Kalanithi, MD; Ira Byock, MD; Jessica Zitter, MD. All events are free and open to the public.
Quarantigue: When Will it End?
Thursday, September 17 - 6pm
A one-evening virtual program on Zoom
To view the program recording, click here.
2020 Community Conversation Series Flyer
If you’ve found yourself feeling irritable, stressed, unmotivated, or losing interest in sanitizing, washing your hands, or taking trips out, you’re not alone. Many of us are unintentionally experiencing this phenomenon - it’s called Quarantine Fatigue. Living under the chronic stress of a pandemic can take its toll on our bodies and minds, so what can we do to understand our responses and re-energize? Join local experts as they discuss learning and implementing positive skills and new habits for overcoming Quarantine Fatigue and managing stress to free up our consciousness to focus on what matters most.