Amitabha Retreat at KDOL with Lama Tenzin, May 15-18/'15

Please join Lama Tenzin, for his first retreat at KDOL as Resident Lama.

Amitabha  is the Buddha of Infinite Light.

Through the practice of Amitabha, we can establish a connection with the deity which is very beneficial in this life, and will be very helpful for your future life.

Early Bird Registration

Before April 30th $150 (cash or cheque - please make all cheques payable to “KKC” and mail to 268 Mount Tuam Road, Salt Spring Island, B.C. V8K 2W9.

After April 30th $175

Cost includes:

Work Party at KDOL - Spring 2015 CANCELLED

Regretfully, the cleaning work party@KDOL planned for May 1st-3rd 2015 is now cancelled.

Beginner level weekly Tibetan classes, March 2nd/2015

Starting Monday, March 2nd
Learn or review the Tibetan alphabet, and practice conversational Tibetan.
$80 for 10 weeks or $15 suggested weekly drop-in

Wonderful news relating to New Incarnation of Kyabje Bokar Rinpoche

Special Announcement
His Holiness Karmapa to Introduce the New Incarnation of Bokar Rinpoche!
After more than ten years of waiting for this news we are overjoyed to be able to share the news with you. Tonight, January 20, at 8:30 pm Portland time the ceremony with His Holiness will be webcast from Bodhgaya. Lama Eric Triebelhorn sent the following announcement early this morning:

Operation Library Book Recovery 2015 - keep bringing back the books to KDOL!

KDOL shelves still missing some titles

The library in the main dining room at KDOL retreat lands has long been a place of immense benefit to all Sangha members wishing to deepen and support their spiritual practice generally.
However, in recent times, it has become increasingly clear that some books have gone missing. For whatever reason, mostly just due to their return being long overdue, they have not made it back to their rightful place in the shelves for others to enjoy.

Fish Release Ceremony on March 26th releases over 1,000 beings

KKC's fish release ceremony on March 26th was truly a success, generating $801.45 in donations and resulting in the release of over 1,000 beings. Despite rainy weather and a bracing cold northerly wind, 31 people made it out to New Brighton Park in East Vancouver.

No fish release has ever seen total donations that cross the $800 mark.

A big thank you to everybody!

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