Author: Tenzin Wangyal

Save the Dates: TAW December Events

Dec 9th 2017 – 28th anniversary of the Conferment of Nobel Peace Prize on His Holiness the Dalai Lama

“TAW 2016 Best Dish” certificate award presented by Penpa Tsering la, former NA Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

 
We will be celebrating the 28th anniversary of the Conferment of Nobel Peace Prize on His Holiness the Dalai Lama on December 9th. It’s going to be POTLUCK event and once again it’s time to show your culinary skills as we will have best dish award. We would also like to request you to bring tibetan tea and sweet tea as well. There will also be open mic, so please come prepared with skills and talents to showcase.
Date   :  Saturday, Dec 9th 2017
Time   :  6 pm to 10:30 pm
Venue : North Seattle Community College
Cost    : Free, Potluck event (Drinks available for purchase)

​Tibetan Language and Culture Class Summer Camp 2017

​Tibetan Language and Culture Class Summer Camp 2017

Dates: Aug 16th (Wednesday) – Aug 20th (Sunday)

Fee: Free

Registration Deadline:  Aug 5th, 2017

Age Limit: 4 – 17 years old.

Location:Sakya Monastery: 108 NW 83rd Street, Seattle 98155

Shoreline Senior Center: 18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline 98155

Hours: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm


Tibetan Language and Culture School
 of Seattle, WA under the guidance of Office of Tibet and with the funding support of $2000 from The Tibet Fund is fortunate  to organize a week long summer camp for our community kids this year. The purpose of the program is to promote Tibetan language and culture by instilling interest and enthusiasm for our cultural heritage, roots and identity. The summer camp is open to all Tibetan children regardless of TAW membership or TLCC studentship.
Objectives of the program:
•                Awareness of Tibetan root and identity.
•                Knowledge of Tibetan history and government.
•                Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism (both essence and aspects).
•                Learn about the fundamentals of meditation and prayer.
•                Learn Tibetan language: reading, writing and conversation.
•                Learn Tibetan culture and tradition (Dance & music).
•                Learn about Traditional Tibetan Art (Thangka painting).
•                Cultivation of Joy and Fun: cooking, swimming and nurturing friendship.

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