Butterfly Release & Walk to Remember - May 27th, 2018

par Bereaved Families of Ontario - OTTAWA REGION

  • dimanche, 27 mai 2018 de 3:00 Après-midi à 5:30 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Beechwood National Cemetery 280 Beechwood Avenue, Vanier, ON K1L 8A6

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Release a Live Butterfly in memory of a loved one...

Each spring, Bereaved Families of Ottawa holds a special community memorial and fundraising event. The event is open to the public.  Pre-registration is required if you would like to purchase a butterfly to release in honour of your loved on

Détails

The event begins with a memorial ceremony in the Sacred Space inside the Beechwood National Memorial Center.  This part of the event features live music, with speakers on hand, and an opportunity for participants to speak the names of their loved ones who have died.

From the memorial ceremony, we move to the hill overlooking the garden and pond, to share a symbolic release of live painted lady butterflies.  These beautiful butterflies are a symbol of hope and transformation, and the simultaneous release of them is magical.

The event will end with a memorial walk, allowing participants an opportunity to reflect and share memories as they enjoy the unique grounds of the Beechwood National Cemetery.  At your own pace, complete a full or partial figure 8 walk through the peaceful grounds of Beechwood.  Light Refreshments will follow.

This is always a wonderful event memorializing our cherished loved ones.

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Beechwood National Cemetery
280 Beechwood Avenue, Vanier, ON K1L 8A6

27 mai 2018
dimanche, 27 mai 2018 3:00 Après-midi (HAE)

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Bereaved Families of Ontario-Ottawa Region
211 Bronson Ave., Suite 303
Ottawa , ON
K1R 6H5

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Bereaved Families of Ontario - Ottawa Region is a non-profit charitable organization providing peer group support for our grieving community.