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Death Fest
Death Fest

Sun, Nov 05


Camp Albemarle

Death Fest

gather, grieve, grow

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Time & Location

Nov 05, 2023, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Camp Albemarle, 1675 4-H Way, 22901

About the event


In order to secure your spot at Death Fest we ask that you please officially register at this link:



We are so excited to announce Death Fest, a community gathering to explore the natural cycles of life and death. Come and immerse yourself in a full day of educational workshops, creative and self-reflective experiences, and community care and connection.

Together we will explore a range of choices available through the dying process and after death. We will hold space for the physical, mental, and emotional processes that accompany death, both for the dying and their loved ones.

Come learn about the dying process, after-death body care, and green burial. Connect with ancient, inner, and collective wisdom around dying and the grief processes that inevitably accompany it. Experience the art and songs, knowledge and skills of members of our community who regularly tend the hearth of death and dying.

We will open and close in a circle of communion. In between there will be a rich array of opportunities to learn, restore, and grow. We will expand our knowledge and awareness, reflect on our experiences, hold grief close, sing, dance, write, create, and cook. We will share a meal, honor our ancestors, listen, open, celebrate, and breathe, all in the embrace of the stunning Camp Albemarle landscape.

We are so looking forward to connecting with you through this experience!

This event is a shared endeavor among Woven Roots Collective, Hospice of the Piedmont, and Panorama Natural Burial.

Advance registration is required. In order to secure your spot at Death Fest we ask that you please officially register at this link:

Stay tuned to this space for updates and information and a detailed schedule of presenters and activities.  Coming soon!

This event is free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted in support of Woven Roots Collective and Hospice of the Piedmont.

You can find more information about the organizations involved here:

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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