Grief can be a lonely experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Sometimes we don’t talk about grief because it makes us uncomfortable or we don’t know what to say. The good grief project was born out of trying to understand the myriad of things we grieve, how to grieve well, and what impact creativity can have on the grieving process. It is a collection of writing, photographs, and creative contributions that explore the ways loss and change impacts us. Join us for an evening of reflection on grief* and the ways we have found to make it through.
To view the good grief project, please visit: https://www.camikaz.org/good-grief-project
*The word grief here is used to encapsulate any grief experience including, but not limited to, grieving the death of another person. In this way, grief could be related to the end of a relationship, moving to a new place, the end of a job, death of a pet, etc.
Cami is a photographer, writer, and social worker. She began the good grief project in 2020 following the death of her last remaining grandparent and she is ever grateful for those who have shared their grief experiences with her to make this project what it is.
Sunday 26 February
Potluck dinner begins at 6:00 pm
Cami begins sharing at 6:45
At the home of Chris Wallach
5 E. Lake Road
From Chris: Directions from Google will take you to the mailbox at the end of my gravel road. Follow the gravel. When you see a three car garage (my mother’s house) look to the right for a right turn. Follow that down to the bottom of the hill and you will arrive at my house.
Text me if you get lost–314-807-8769 (Mark)