The Art of Remembrance workshop will offer ways to express memories and portray feelings through art. Step-by-step directions will be given to create and preserve memories of people, places and events that are part of your history with your loved one. The framed box will be a personal showcase. Objects to consider bringing include a scrapbook, paper or fabric, buttons, lace, ribbon, parts of jewelry, ticket stubs, a wedding invitation, a birth announcement, old letters, postcards, silk flowers, seashells, sea glass, an old key, dried clover, photographs, coins, charms, recipe cards or any meaningful object. A shadow box and art tools will be provided.
The workshop will be held Friday, Dec. 6, 10 a.m. to noon, in the art room at the Phillips LifeCare and Counseling Center, 1414 Physicians Drive in Wilmington.
Registration is required; for more information or to register, please call 910-796-7991 or email Melinda.McKeon@lcfh.org.
Most of us have loved and lost special people in our lives and we understand that coping with grief is a challenging process. If you or your friends and family are having difficulty dealing with the loss of a loved one, Lower Cape Fear Hospice is here to help. Throughout the year, we offer compassionate care, educational and enrichment opportunities that support many types of loss in safe and familiar environments. Because of our generous donors, these caring, no cost groups, camps and workshops are available to all. Your donation is always appreciated.
If you are interested in attending this grief program, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page. A member of our bereavement team will contact you to ensure this program meets your specific needs. Registration is not complete until you have spoken with a bereavement team member.
Lower Cape Fear Hospice is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the highest level of care and comfort to patients with life-limiting illness; support and counseling to families; and education to the community.