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Local Tibetan Buddhist monastery celebrates 10th anniversary in town

Event held on grounds of future new monastery

A celebration of the 10th anniversary of the city’s first Tibetan Buddhist monastery will take place Saturday at 2150 E. Dolan Road, the site of the organization’s new monastery. \nThe daylong celebration is free to the public and will include music from both local and international artists, as well as a Tibetan-inspired picnic lunch, family games and a nature walk, according to the press release.\nRegistration for the event begins at 9 a.m., with an introduction and awards ceremony taking place at 10:30 a.m. The picnic lunch will begin at noon, followed by family games and activities. The concert should begin around 2 p.m.\nSome artists performing at the concert include Kenny Aronoff, Krista Detor and Michael White, Grey Larsen and Tom Sparks, Angela Mariani and Chris Smith, Michael Moynihan’s Septet, Salaam and Bil Whitefeather.\nThose planning to attend are asked to RSVP by 5 p.m. Thursday by calling 339-0857, or via e-mail at dgtl10.gtd@bluetie.com. For more information on the event, visit www.ganden.org.

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