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Re: [buddhism-563] Buddhist Symposium field trip ? this Sat. ? carpooling from Middletown

From: Buddhist Faith F.
Sent on: Monday, October 24, 2011 10:17 PM

Probably 7:30 p.m. or so. If you leave at 5 p..m. Allow 2.5 hours to return.



From: heather <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Monday, October 24,[masked]:19 PM
Subject: Re: [buddhism-563] Buddhist Symposium field trip ? this Sat. ? carpooling from Middletown

Hello,
I was just wondering what time would we arrive back in CT?
Thank you,
Heather

On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 7:47 PM, Senpai <[address removed]> wrote:
Buddhist Symposium Field Trip
 
Women in Shin Buddhism: a History of Devout Practitioners
 
October 29, 2011 ? 12 ? 5 p.m.
 
Explore and honor the women of Jodo Shinshu and the important role they played in helping to propagate and establish Shinran Shonin?s teaching in Japan. Our speakers include Prof. Mark Unno, from the University of Oregon, Rev./Dr. Shoyo Taniguchi a Jodo Shinshu minister, and Mrs. Sumi Tanabe a modern day Shin Buddhist who is working and practicing the nembutsu.
Our moderator is Dr. Linda Engstrom who received her tokudo ordination this year.
If you ever wanted to know about Shin Buddhism and why it fits so nicely into our every life this is the symposium you should not miss. Plus it is free, how better can that be.
Seating is limited early reservations is recommended. To make your reservation or if you have questions please email: Hoshin Seki at [address removed]
 
The event will take place at the New York Buddhist Church, 332 Riverside Drive, NYC. (between[masked] Streets). Visit http://www.newyorkbuddhistchurch.org/
 
Carpooling? E-mail us or coordinate with people you know to carpool to NYC. Some folks will be meeting in front of the Mansfield Freeman Center on Washington Terrace. So you are welcomed to go with them. The Middletown group will be meeting at 9:15 a.m. and will leave 9:30 a.m. sharp.
 
 Others people mentioned that they will be going by train from New Haven; and then others will be driving in to NYC alone.
 
Be carpool driver. If you wish to be a carpool driving let us know and we can tell others were you wish to meet up with them.
 
Our email is [address removed]
 
 




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