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Sarah's Vineyard 
1204 W. Steels Corners Rd.
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
  


 
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Contact

Right to Life of Northeast Ohio 

330-762-2785 
 

 


About Sarah's Vineyard:

Sarah's Vineyard opened in May of 2007. It sits on 15 acres on the edge of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park across the street from the entrance to Blossom Music Center, and offers views of the sprawling forest. The winery is housed in an 1854 barn that was moved to the site and completes the rural atmosphere.  They currently grow nine varieties of grapes including Vidal, Seyval, Frontenac, Cabernet Franc, Chambourcin, Traminette, Cayuga, Niagara, and Rubiana.  This event will be held in the pavilion adjacent to the main winery.  It offers  stunning views of the grape vines as the seasons pass.  It has a 3 story wood burning fireplace comprised of stones from Cleveland’s East 14th St.   To view more about Sarah's Vineyard, visit their website at www.SarahsVineyardWinery.com.


 

What may sound like science fiction is already social fact: the legalization of the termination of the lives through euthanasia and assisted suicide of the vulnerable, isolated, marginalized and anguished in state after state and country after country.  It could very well happen here, too.  Come join us for some awesome wine and  spectacular wood-fired pizza to view the movie "Fatal Flaws".

To view the trailer for "Fatal Flaws", click here.


Come and meet Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition and co-producer of "Fatal Flaws".

Don't miss out on this important film! Seating is limited, so register online today by clicking on the button below.

(or call 330-762-2785) 

About this film:

“Are laws allowing euthanasia and assisted suicide leading society down a dangerous path?”

Some 20 years after these laws were introduced, even some of the most loyal supporters of assisted dying are questioning where these laws are taking us.  The grandfather of euthanasia in the Netherlands, Boudewijn Chabot speaks of a ‘worrisome culture shift’ and that euthanasia is ‘getting out of hand’ – especially as it relates to patients with psychiatric issues.

We’ve all heard the tragic and much publicized stories of people who have asked for an assisted death here in North America. Heartbreaking cases. Some of these cases have made their way to the top courts of the land to overturn longstanding criminal laws on what used to be classified as homicide. Since 1998, five countries and six US states have passed laws making an assisted death legal under certain criteria. Victoria, Australia is the most recent jurisdiction to adopt such a law – one that passed by a single vote. Almost every country in the world is discussing some form of legalization and America is “at a tipping point”.

This film is not out to demonize doctors, advocates –  or anyone for that matter. In fact, most doctors want nothing to do with assisted death. However a small minority do, and the number is growing.  Rather, this film is about the growing adoption of a new cultural philosophy, one that has the potential to wreak havoc on society’s vulnerable. And let’s face it, we are all vulnerable.