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Sakya Monastery invites neighbors to tea

September 19th, 2011 · Comments

Sakya Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism is having a Neighborhood Tea from 2-4 p.m. Saturday at 108 NW 83rd St. The tea will be in the Tibetan Cultural Hall downstairs; enter through the side door on 1st Ave Northwest.

Photo courtesy of Sakya Monastery.

It is open to the public and free, but donations are accepted.

Join Sakya Monastery for an afternoon of complimentary tea and light refreshments served in the Tibetan Cultural Hall. Enjoy an opportunity to learn more about the monastery and Tibetan Buddhism and engage in friendly conversation in a relaxed informal environment. There will be a free tour of the monastery, including its beautiful, traditional Shrine Room with paintings, statues, Mandalas, and triple life sized golden Buddha statue.

(Sakya Monastery is a PhinneyWood sponsor.)

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