World Tibet Day

A day-long celebration of the Dalai Lama’s birthday on July 6. The Colorado Friends of Tibet are organizing a large gathering of people on the East Side of the Colorado State Capital Building in Denver from 8am- 8pm and expect over 1000 people. Prominent speakers; Tibetan community available to talk about issues; booths for information and signature campaigns; refreshments. Religious centers in the Denver area are participating in the Interfaith Call. For information, contact: Pema Dechen Gorap, Exec. Director, Colorado Friends of Tibet: 303-499-4168.

Denver, Co July 6


Readings Around The US Dedicated To The Tibetan Cause

Meditation teacher Dean Sluyter shows how “the great spiritual truths are right under your nose — in the songs, jokes, proverbs, nursery rhymes you’ve known all your life.” Author of “Why the Chicken Crossed the Road and Other Hidden Enlightenment Teachings: From Buddha to Bebop to Mother Goose” will be giving readings around the country. For further information, locations and additional dates visit the website: www.osmarea.com/chicken or call 212-951-8580. For Colorado specific information contact Nancy Weinberger in Englewood at 303-708-1743 or Ginny Williams in Boulder at 303-442-8557.

Borders Books and Music
9515 County Line Road
Englewood, CO 80112
July 6 at 7pm

Waldenbooks
Crossroads Mall
1600 28th Street
Boulder, CO 80301
July 7 at 7pm