Community Conversations & Outreach

Death, Something To Talk About

The McNally “Death, Something to Talk About” series, strives to provide quality community programming to explore the themes of death, dying, loss and grief in a safe and interactive way. Due to COVID-19, all of our programs will take place virtually until further notice. It is our hope that you will join us for one (or all) of these thought-provoking discussions.  All programs are free of cost and open to all.  To for any information about the below programs, email or call 905-309-4013 ext. 31

Furthering the Conversation with these Programs

What’s Your Story? (In-person)

Join McNally House and the Lincoln Pelham Public Library for this fun, informal and engaging four-part workshop that explores ways to begin writing your legacy life story, to be eventually shared with family, friends, neighbours and members of your community. We will be discussing themes and approaches, writing exercises, how to develop a story blueprint and providing resources with specific life questions to get your mind thinking (and your hands writing). Everyone has a story. Begin sharing yours today!”

Dates: October 13th to November 3rd

Time: 6:30PM to 8PM 

Location: Beamsville Branch of the Lincoln Pelham Public Library 

Register Now


Die-alogue- The Family Edition (In-person)

Die-alogues is a series of discussion groups intended to start meaningful conversations about death, dying, loss and grief in our community. In this Family Edition, family members are encouraged to attend together. Topics will focus on fostering both thoughtful and fun conversations around personal bucket lists, what do you value most in regards to quality of life, overcoming death denial, and sharing ideas of how to continue these conversations as a family.

Registration Coming soon to the Grimsby Public Library Website

Dates: October 27th

Time: 6:30PM to 8PM 

Location: Grimsby Public Library

We are grateful for the support of the Turkstra Lumber Fund at the Hamilton Community Foundation

“The views and opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of Hamilton Community Foundation”.


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