All EventsMay 3, 2017 thru
December 9, 2017
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Wednesday, May 3
Where: 174 Shrine Road, Fultonville 12072
Guang Huan Mi Zong will hold a magnificent “Bathing The Buddha” ceremony on May 3, 2017, at the Holy Mountain Buddha Land, nestled alongside the Mohawk River, on the west side of the city in Amsterdam. This event is to celebrate one of the most important Buddhist holidays – the Holy Birthday of Shakyamuni Buddha.
This half-day ceremony will commence with a 30-minute uphill walk towards the Temple. The ceremony will also include bathing of the Buddha statue, praying for prosperity and good fortune, and more.
All attendees will receive a divine blessing, promoted by the philosophy of human health, world peace and religious harmony. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience the significant positive changes within five days of practicing GHMZ Health Dharma, a primary form of GHMZ Supreme Yoga. This 5-day Health Dharma Class will begin on May 6, 2017.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Date and Time: May 3, 2017, starts at 1:30 pm
Venue: HMBL Golden Arch on the State Highway 5S
174 Shrine Road, Fultonville, NY 12072
Saturday, May 6
Info Roots, Roles, and Rhymes with John Davidson at Conservancy Hall 07:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Where: Conservancy Hall, 1538 Rte. 161, Glen 12072
Cost: Suggested donation at the door | Admission at the door
For more information please contact:
Byron Nilsson or Wanda Burch | 518-922-5512 or 518-922-7051 | Email
Broadway and television personality John Davidson headlines this summer’s concert series at Conservancy Hall in the Montgomery County town of Glen. Davidson has spent most of his life on one stage or another, yet his most captivating performances are those when he’s alone on stage, playing his guitar, singing his songs, spinning his yarns. In John’s words, “Playing and singing on my own is the most honest, powerful way to tell stories. It gives me the freedom to express emotions without any distractions. In those moments, I feel a one-on-one connection with an audience.” His program, titled “Roots, Roles, and Rhymes,” takes place at 7:30 PM Sat., May 6. Admission is free, although a $10 donation is encouraged.