The title may sound a little morbid but 'Death Cafe' has a significant purpose.
The idea is to bring together people in an informal and relaxed atmosphere, where they can talk to one another, in the aim of increasing awareness of death and dying.
This event, which will be hosted by Sutherland Library on August 8, also aims to provide information and options available to plan, support and have the death of one's choice.
There to discuss these topics include an expert panel of speakers, doctor Vasudha Chandra, Willis & Bowring solicitor Jayne Humphreys, End of Life doula Kim Somerville and journalist and author Margaret Rice.
It is not a bereavement or counselling session but rather a relaxed and welcoming space to share perspectives.
The free event includes a light lunch and will also have an open discussion facilitated by Home Instead Senior Care's, Karen Buckley.
There will be free resources from organisations, including Home Instead Senior Care's booklet 'Dying At Home'.
It starts at 12.30pm and goes until 2.30pm.