A lot is happening at KPC including overflowing cuteness

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Have you come by to visit our adorable baby goats? They are the newest addition to the feathered, furry, and friendly farm family. There are also pigs, chickens, turkey, and geese! Come visit! These and so much more is happening at KPC!

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8am-8pm – Prayer Room open to visitors – masks optional

7pm – Medicine Buddha – on Facebook Live or YouTube

Daily tsogs – check for schedule

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10am – Meditation Class – in-person or on YouTube

12pm – Riwo Sang Chod smoke offering puja (in-person or on YouTube), immediately followed by the Daily NamCho accumulation practice (in-person or on Zoom)

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10am – Meditation Class- in-person or on YouTube

11am – Jetsunma Teaching (previously recorded) – watch on YouTube

2pm – Rigdzin Dupa practice at the Guru Rinpoche statue in Peace Park and on Facebook Live. (If there is inclement weather, the practice will relocate to the Prayer Room and be streamed on Zoom.) This is a powerful practice for dispelling obstacles and celebrates the masculine energy of method, or compassion.

Bring a chair or blanket to sit on. If you need a copy of the practice, visit and download the text from the event on our Google calendar. You do not have to stay for the whole practice, but you’re welcome to join us!

4pm – Join us to drum for rain! The drum circle will be at the Guru Rinpoche statue in the Peace Park. We will be chanting Tara mantra as we drum, praying for abundant rain to ease the drought. All are welcome!

Please bring a chair or blanket to sit on, and any drums you have – the more the merrier! If you don’t have any drums, there may be extra available. Either way, you can chant along with everyone.

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KPC’s grounds, stupa gardens, and Peace Park are open to visitors every day from dawn to dusk. Come see what’s happening in the Buddhist Giving Garden, visit the Peace Park, circumambulate the stupas, or just find a bench to sit quietly. We look forward to seeing you!