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Hospice of S.B. will host a Holiday Art Support Group Workshop this week for residents mourning the loss of a loved one.

Hospice of S.B. will host a Holiday Art Support Group Workshop this week for residents mourning the loss of a loved one.


Artful Remembrance

Hospice of S.B. to Host an Art-Centered Support Group Event This Holiday Season for Residents Mourning a Recent Loss


Though the holidays may be joyful for many, the coming of this season may invite feelings of remembrance and sadness for those who are mourning the loss of a loved one. Hospice of S.B. is hosting a Holiday Art Support Group Workshop this Monday, December 5, designed for people who have experienced a significant loss this year. The four-hour workshop will utilize art as a creative outlet to deepen the process of remembering and honoring the attendee’s loved one, and all participants will have the chance to create a meaningful keepsake to take home. The Art Support Group Workshop is free and will be held at Hospice of S.B.’s headquarters (2050 Alameda Padre Serra, Ste. 100). Preregistration is required; the time of the workshop will be provided upon registration. Call 563-8820 for more info.

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