Fall ‘Death Fest’ Invites Visitors To Write Obits, Build Pine Box, Pick Natural Burial
News & Culture for Arkansas
Death Fest a celebration of ultimate recycling
Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette news story by Becca Martin-Brown,
Posted: October 20, 2016 at 1 a.m.
Fox 24 News At 7: 2016 Death Fest: A Celebration!
It’s a subject that no one wants to discuss, but it most certainly will happen to all of us.
There’s a lot of living to do at this year’s
Death Fest in Fayetteville.
Promote Death Fest
The non-profit community group Natural State Burial Association was originally founded as an organization to promote green burial practices and the creation of a conservation cemetery. Today, NSBA’s role has grown to encompass a wide range of issues related to how Arkansans deal with death and dying. Our educational outreach efforts continue through the production of Death Fest.
We would appreciate your support by helping to publicize the event.
Death Fest: A Celebration! is a six-day festival event in Fayetteville, October 27th through November 1st which includes a variety of workshops, speakers, performances, and conversations exploring society’s evolving arts, laws, and philosophies of Death.
30 Sec. PSA: The Natural State Burial Association will host Death Fest: A Celebration! October 27th through November 1st at various Fayetteville locations. This 6-day festival will present green burial and home funeral options; and offer workshops, speakers, performances, and conversations exploring society’s arts, laws, and philosophies of Death. Details at DEATH FEST DOT INFO.
Contact: Vickie Kelley
President and Founder