Matilija Poppy, also known as Fried Egg Poppy—native to California and Northern Mexico—at Green Gulch Farm, summer 2019. Photo by Clare Hollander.
View from Angel Island during the Residents’ Retreat in 2017. Photo by Brent Haas.
August 1 – 31
San Francisco Zen Center Art Lounge
300 Page Street, SF 94102
Reception: August 9, 7 – 9 pm
Paper crane on an altar at Tassajara. Photo by Romy Senderos.
On July 20, there will be a Buddhist memorial service held at Fort Sill in Oklahoma. Residents at San Francisco Zen Center are folding paper cranes that will be taken to the ceremony and protest.
To Greg Fain and the residents at Tassajara, and the organizers of the guest practice program, Steve, Siobhan, and Minoria,
On behalf of Kannon Do, I offer deepest gratitude for your incredible hospitality, kindness, and practice of the Way. Everyone who came to visit from our sangha was deeply moved by our experience at Tassajara. Thank you for making us feel at home with you.
The Zen Center Bookstore at City Center has volunteer opportunities on these days and times:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 1:30 – 5:30 pm
Wednesday evenings: 6:30 – 7:30 pm