If you are not familiar with a Before I Die Festival, it can make you scratch your head. So here are the top 5 reasons why you should join us at this year’s event!
- It’s Fun!
Despite the topic, the goal of the event is to provide education in a fun and upbeat way! Last year we had such positive feedback, and people were surprised at how much fun they had. This year we anticipate the same outcome. We created our Millennial Morticians event at the Dayton Beer Company for just this purpose. At the event attendees get to ask any question they wish to the panel of young Funeral Directors while in a relaxed atmosphere.
2. It’s Free!
Except for our History, Mystery, Murder, and Mayhem event at Woodland Cemetery in Dayton, all our events are free. Yes, that is right, you can register for any of our seven events, including two symposia with events within themselves, for free! Come learn about the steps to pre-planning, or learn about downsizing your stuff with Denise Swick, one of the top real estate agents in the Dayton area.
3. It’s Educational
All our events are aimed to help educate families and caregivers. Our Pre-planning Symposium addresses every step of the process from downsizing to memorial pre-planning. Learn about wills, estate planning, along with funeral planning. Our speakers will have vendor tables there so you can ask questions and set up appointments where you can discuss topics further. We want you to feel empowered when you leave to prepare for your future!
4. You can Network
You might not think this of a Before I Die festival, but if you are a professional in the end-of-life planning sector, this is a great event to meet others in your profession. We met so many other people last year passionate about this topic and they were able to make connections to further their network. We encourage you to come and see what the festival is about. If you are a professional, register, we would love to meet you!
5. Meet new People
This event is a great way to meet new people who have similar interests to you. It is a great way to learn from others who are looking to plan or have started planning. Ask them questions, learn from them too. They might have gone through a situation and gained knowledge and experiences they can share.