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for the love & art of Mandala!

As you know, (if you know anything at all about me) I am passionate about the art of mandala. HERE is your opportunity to see the incredible wonder of a mandala being created in the community by Tibetan Monks. I have had the honor in the past and look forward to this opportunity as well.
Please take a chance and witness this- it IS AMAZING!

Warm up for the event at Nazareth college by creating your own mandala at Create Art 4 Good Studios on March 20th.
email to register!

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Nazareth Hosts Tibetan Monks for Sand Mandala and Lecture

Event Location: 4245 East Avenue, Rochester, N.Y. 14618

Nazareth College is pleased to collaborate with Brighton Pathways to Health to welcome the Dalai Lama’s monks from the Namgyal Monastery in Ithaca, N.Y. for a three day sand mandala event and a lecture from April 2-4. On all three days, the monks will be sand painting in the Lorette Wilmot Library located on Nazareth’s campus. Lama Geshe Lobsang Dakpa will be presenting his lecture, Loving Kindness and Compassion, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 3 to the Nazareth and Rochester communities in the Otto A. Shults Center Forum. The lecture is free to current Nazareth students, faculty and staff (can reserve tickets through website or at the door). Pricing for community members is as follows:

• $15.00 general admission in advance through website
• $20.00 general admission at the door
• $7.00 for all students (other than Nazareth students) at the door
All proceeds from the event will go to the building of a Tibetan Monastery in the Ithaca community, which will be the first Tibetan Monastery in the region and the only Namgyal Monastery in the United States. Sand painting is free and open to the public. To purchase tickets or for more information, please visit or call (585) 317-7060.

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