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26th Annual Tibetan Bazaar $5
ategory: 3. Special Events Description EVENT DESCRIPTION: The Tibetan Bazaar is a unique celebration of the Tibetan culture – the only annual celebration of its kind in central and northern Alberta. For the past 26 years our society has hosted this festival which has grown in popularity each year. Each day festival attendees can shop in the Himalayan market, sample delicious Tibetan food, win door prizes and receive instruction in meditation from a Tibetan monk – our spiritual director Kushok Lobsang Dhamchöe. The marketplace is a wonderful place to find unique imported gifts including handmade Tibetan wool carpets, hand-woven textiles, carved wooden décor, unique jewellery, traditional and modern art, meditation supplies, books, CDs/DVDs, and Tibetan ritual items including singing bowls, incense burners, prayer beads, bells, cymbals and more. Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to celebrate the Tibetan culture and beat the crowds by shopping for unique Christmas gifts early in the season. TARGET AUDIENCE: Everyone with an interest in Tibetan culture, food, shopping, musical entertainment, and arts and crafts. DATE: Join us for the 26th Annual Tibetan Bazaar being held Saturday, September 22 and 23 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily. LOCATION: Alberta Avenue Community League Hall at[masked] Avenue in Edmonton. ADMISSION PRICE: Admission is $5 at the door with children under age 12 admitted free of charge. REGISTER TO VOLUNTEER: Please click on the More Info Link below to be taken to our volunteer registration page. We ask you to please sign-up online so it makes it easy for us to get in touch with all our wonderful volunteers. Contact: Gaden Samten Ling Office Email: [masked] Phone:[masked] More Info: https://ttsu.me/g34sa3

Alberta Avenue Community Hall

9210-118 Av · Edmonton, AB

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This is a group for everyone interested in the study and practice of mindfulness meditation, insight meditation and vajrayana meditation. We also offer teaching, reflection and debate on Buddhist philosophy which covers the core practices of compassion, loving-kindness, patience, generosity, and joyous effort as well as more advanced philosophies such as the four noble truths, the stages of the path to enlightenment, and the ultimate nature of phenomena. Our spiritual teacher, Kushok Lobsang Dhamchoe, is a fully qualified Tibetan Buddhist teacher (and monk) who studied and served at Namgyal Monastery in Dharamsala, India for 30 years. We operate the Alberta Centre for Peace and Meditation at 11403-101 Street in Edmonton.

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