Ghosts and skeletons and gravestones abound in October. What better time to start thinking about what to have in order for when real death approaches?
In collaboration with Philipstown Aging at Home, the Desmond-Fish Public Library will present a short workshop on planning for end-of-life issues. Along with an overview of necessary documents to have and steps to take, this presentation will suggest simple, common-sense ways to make your preferences known, preserve your important memories for your loved ones, and take control of major decisions around your end-of-life care.
Registration is requested for this program. Register here!
Interested in talking about death in a supportive, open community? Try attending one of the Library’s Death Cafés, held every other month.