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Posts tagged ‘City Center’

8
Jan

Cultural Awareness and Inclusivity Committee (CAIC) Listening Meeting

Thursday, January 24, 7:30 – 9 pm
City Center dining room, 300 Page Street, SF 94102

The Cultural Awareness and Inclusivity Committee (CAIC) is inviting People with Disabilities (PWD) to participate in a listening meeting to discuss our experiences as PWD who practice at Beginner’s Mind Temple, City Center.

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19
Dec

Featured Photo December 20

Congratulations Fall 2018 shusos! Photos by Shundo David Haye (City Center and Green Gulch Farm) and Jeff Miller (Tassajara).

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14
Dec

January Art Show: Betsy McCall

In the City Center Art Lounge, 300 Page Street, San Francisco, 94102
Reception: Friday, January 4, 7:30 – 9 pm

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12
Dec

Featured Photo December 13

The altar at the Clara House Holiday Party at City Center. The party is held every year by the Outreach Department and supported by volunteers. Photos by Shundo David Haye.

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26
Nov

Book Event with Les Kaye and Teresa Bouza: A Sense of Something Greater

Dharma Talk and Book Signing – A Sense of Something Greater: Zen and the Search for Balance in Silicon Valley

Saturday, February 2, 10 am – noon
City Center, 300 Page Street, SF

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26
Nov

Richard Urban Ceramics Sale at City Center

City Center, 300 Page Street, SF
November 24 – December 1

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15
Oct

November Art Show: Sung Hee Kim

In the City Center Art Lounge, 300 Page Street, San Francisco, 94102
Reception: Friday, November 9, 7:30 – 9 pm

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27
Sep

Featured Photo October 4

Congratulations to Terri Kota and Christian Piñón, who received the precepts in a lay initiation ceremony/jukai on September 15, 2018, at City Center. Photo by Shogen Tom Hawkins.

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12
Sep

October Art Show: Elvira Dayel

In the City Center Art Lounge, 300 Page Street, San Francisco, 94102
Reception: Friday, October 12, 7:30 – 9 pm

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16
Aug

September Art Show: Smithy Blackwell

In the City Center Art Lounge, 300 Page Street, San Francisco, 94102

Drawing with an eye-dropper and sumi-e ink, I aim to reproduce, not so much the reality, rather its sentiment or felt nature, which in Japanese can be called Kokoro mochi—the moving spirit.

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