Credit-free workshop at
Greenfield Community College
Watch below for information on the next offering:
Funeral Planning for the Living
If you had died yesterday . . .
. . . what kind of casket would your survivors be choosing for you? Is it what you’d want? Is there something else you’d prefer?
. . . how much would the funeral they’d be planning for you cost? Does it need to cost that much? Just what are your options?
Make plans now, and give your survivors the loving gift of preparedness. Learn how funerals work, which decisions are best made ahead of time, and what your options and rights are. Embrace life by enrolling in this new credit-free workshop:
Funeral Planning for the Living (CSW 433-2, $45)
Course description: Talking about death won’t kill you—but it can make a difficult time less stressful, it may save money, and it can help to ensure that disposition of your body is consistent with the way you’ve lived your life. Learn about conventional whole-body burial, legal requirements, consumers’ rights, typical costs, and alternative approaches. Partially completed plans welcome.
Most recently offered March 28 and April 4, 2013
as 2-session credit-free course taught by former FCAWM president Carol Coan
Two Thursdays: (March 28 and April 4), 6:00-8:00 p.m.
CSW 433-2 ($45)
Register now at:
or by telephone (413) 775-1803.
Feel free to contact Instructor Carol Coan for further information
(413) 774-2320 or at firstname.lastname@example.org