love and remembrance
11 a.m. Pacific
Event link: Please join us by clicking here.
Live event: The service will begin at 11:00 a.m. Pacific (2:00 p.m. Eastern, 1:00 p.m. Central) on Saturday, October 9, 2021. The service will last for one hour.
Recording: The recording will be available at the same link.
ATTEND IN PERSON
When, Where, and Attire:
Time and Date: The service will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 9, 2021. Guests are encouraged to arrive a half hour ahead of time to allow time for the COVID procedures upon arrival.
Location: Stanford Memorial Church, Palo Alto, CA
Attire: Joyful, as we celebrate Brooke’s life
Registration and Attestation Required Due to COVID:
Stanford guests: On the morning of the event, please register here.
Stanford requires all adults and children over the age of 6 months attest that they are either fully vaccinated or have had a negative COVID test within the 72 hours preceding the service and have no symptoms. On the morning of the event, please register here, and continue to the second form allowing you to complete the attestation.
All participants aged 2 and older must be masked both while waiting to enter Memorial Church and throughout the service. Please physically distance from others.
Arrival, Parking & Directions:
We recommend entering the campus on Palm Drive and parking at the Stanford Oval, which is (map here). If no spaces are available there, we suggest parking at the Tresidder parking lot (map here). In any case, parking is free on Saturdays, and many spaces are available. (Additional driving, parking, and public transit suggestions from Stanford Memorial Church are available here.)
The Main Quadrangle will be straight ahead of you if you park along the Oval, and you’ll see Stanford’s Memorial Church directly ahead, on the far side of the Quadrangle.
Stanford Memorial Soundwalk
While at Stanford, you may be interested in the memorial soundwalk, a 1.5 mile, 45 minute walking route through the Stanford arboretum accompanied by a playlist selected by Stanford faculty and student musicians to help walkers reflect on and grieve for those we have lost. It is part of Stanford's COVID-19 remembrance project.
The start of the journey is at the university gates at the corner of University Avenue and El Camino Road, not far from where many Celebration of Life attendees will likely park on Saturday. You can use your mobile device to access an interactive map and listen to the audio here.