WORKSHOP - Arts & Crafts - Vesak Day lanterns
Time & Location
About the Event
Vesak Day is an important day for Theravada Buddhists. It is said to be the full moon day where the Buddha was born, reached enlightenment, and entered into parinibbana (passed away) in different years. To celebrate, often lanterns are made to symbolize the brightness of the Buddha, Dhamma & Sangha (the 3 jewels that we examined in the previous week!).
You can either craft along or just join in for the demo and fun conversation! If you are crafting, all you will need is construction paper in at least 2 different colors, scissors, and glue.
This will be a pay-what-you-can by donation event, with suggested donation starting at $5. A lot of time, money, and effort goes into my being able to provide these classes and workshops, so all proceeds will go straight back into allowing me to continue to be able to provide yoga and meditation classes for free to make them accessible for all!
Options to Donate:
Venmo (last 4-digits of my # are 9025): www.venmo.com/TraciAlwis