Dealing with Grief and Loss During Holidays and Anniversaries

Part of the 2017 NPS Fall Presentations Series with Farley Center and NPS Director, Shedd Farley and Death Awareness Educator, Karen Reppen.

Reserve a spot: or 608-845-8724

Optional tour of Natural Path Sanctuary following presentation. The cost is $10.00 per session but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Light refreshments served.

If you would like to attend and need accessibility assistance, please let us know.

Full Series includes:

Sept. 21: Conversations on dying, death and grief
Oct. 19: Cultural perspectives on death and dying
Nov. 9: A Family Undertaking (film)
Dec. 14: Dealing with grief and loss during holidays and anniversaries

Farley Center Volunteer Day

Please join the Sparten Youth Service (SYS) and other Farley Center volunteers.. Meet at the Center at 1:30 p.m. We will be doing outdoor clean up work Please dress for outdoor weather and bring work gloves and water bottles. Snacks/drinks will be available for volunteers. If you have any questions or want to sign up, please e-mail programs@farleycenter.org.

Spartan Youth Service (SYS) is James Madison Memorial High School’s largest volunteering club. There are over 200 dedicated students in SYS and the club mission is to do service work around our community.
https://jmm.madison.k12.wi.us/

SPARTEN YOUTH SERVICE CONTACTS

Megan Li and Beatrice Naujalyte, Co Vice Presidents

FARLEY CENTER ON SITE SUPERVISOR

Shedd Farley, Farley Center Director

A Family Undertaking (film)

Part of the 2017 NPS Fall Presentations Series with Farley Center and NPS Director, Shedd Farley and Death Awareness Educator, Karen Reppen.

Reserve a spot: or 608-845-8724

Optional tour of Natural Path Sanctuary following presentation. The cost is $10.00 per session but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Light refreshments served.

If you would like to attend and need accessibility assistance, please let us know.

Full Series includes:

Sept. 21: Conversations on dying, death and grief
Oct. 19: Cultural perspectives on death and dying
Nov. 9: A Family Undertaking (film)
Dec. 14: Dealing with grief and loss during holidays and anniversaries

Cultural Perspectives on Death and Dying

Part of the 2017 NPS Fall Presentations Series with Farley Center and NPS Director, Shedd Farley and Death Awareness Educator, Karen Reppen.

Reserve a spot: or 608-845-8724

Optional tour of Natural Path Sanctuary following presentation. The cost is $10.00 per session but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Light refreshments served.

If you would like to attend and need accessibility assistance, please let us know.

Full Series includes:

Sept. 21: Conversations on dying, death and grief
Oct. 19: Cultural perspectives on death and dying
Nov. 9: A Family Undertaking (film)
Dec. 14: Dealing with grief and loss during holidays and anniversaries

Fall Festival 2017

Open House & Apple Cider Day!

Come join us for the Farley Center Fall Celebration 2017 – Open House and Apple Cider Day! Pick apples, wash apples, slice apples and press the apples in the 100 year old cider press! Bring your own jug or mason jar to bring home some fresh pressed apple cider. Please bring a delicious dish to share. Donations will be accepted to go toward the purchase of buying the next planting of fruit trees. All are welcome! Invite your friends and share the post!

More details to come as we get closer to the event date!

Volunteer Apple Picking Day

Please join the Sparten Youth Service(SYS) and other Farley Center volunteers.. Meet at the Center at 5:00 p.m. We will be picking apples for our upcoming cider press. Please dress for outdoor weather and bring work gloves and water bottles. Snacks/drinks will be available for volunteers. If you have any questions or want to sign up, please e-mail .

Spartan Youth Service (SYS) is James Madison Memorial High School’s largest volunteering club. There are over 200 dedicated students in SYS and the club mission is to do service work around our community.
https://jmm.madison.k12.wi.us/

SPARTEN YOUTH SERVICE CONTACTS

Megan Li and Beatrice Naujalyte, Co Vice-Presidents

FARLEY CENTER ON SITE SUPERVISOR

Shedd Farley, Farley Center Director

Natural Path Presentation

Farley Center Director and Natural Path Sanctuary (NPS) Coordinator Shedd Farley will give a presentation about green burial. A tour of the NPS will follow.

You must reserve a spot by e-mailing programs@farleycenter.org or calling the Farley Center at 608-845-8724.

If you would like to attend the tour but need assistance, please let us know and we will make arrangements.

Light refreshments will be served.

Farley Center Volunteer Day

Please join the UW Greenhouse Residential Learning Community Students and other Farley Center volunteers for a day of fall clean up! Meet at the Center at 10:30 for a brief introduction to the Center and then work on various areas of the Natural Path Sanctuary until 1:30. There will be a variety of outdoor tasks so dress for outdoor weather and bring work gloves and water bottles. Snacks/drinks will be available for volunteers. If you have any questions or want to sign up, please e-mail

UW Greenhouse Residential Learning Community
Contact: Alan Turnquist, Program Coordinator

Farley Center On-site Supervisors for Oct.1 Volunteer Day

Shedd Farley, Farley Center Director

https://www.housing.wisc.edu/residencehalls-lc-greenhouse.htm

Conversations on Dying, Death and Grief

Part of the 2017 NPS Fall Presentations Series with Farley Center and NPS Director, Shedd Farley and Death Awareness Educator, Karen Reppen.

Reserve a spot: or 608-845-8724

Optional tour of Natural Path Sanctuary following presentation. The cost is $10.00 per session but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Light refreshments served.

If you would like to attend and need accessibility assistance, please let us know.

Full Series includes:

Sept. 21: Conversations on dying, death and grief
Oct. 19: Cultural perspectives on death and dying
Nov. 9: A Family Undertaking (film)
Dec. 14: Dealing with grief and loss during holidays and anniversaries

Farley Center Volunteer Day

Please join 30 UW Law Students and other Farley Center volunteers for a day of summer clean up! Meet at the Center at 12:30 for to work on various areas of the Natural Path Sanctuary until 3:00. There will be a variety of outdoor tasks so dress for outdoor weather and bring work gloves and water bottles. Snacks/drinks will be available for volunteers. If you have any questions or want to sign up, please e-mail programs@farleycenter.org.
Thank you to United Way of Dane County to help set this up.

Farley Center On-site Supervisors for Aug. 31 Volunteer Day

Shedd Farley, Farley Center Director
Steve Ventura, Natural Path Sanctuary Chair
Jeannie Meier – Farley Center Board Member
Joel Wish – Farley Center Board Member
Seth Riley-Farm Manager