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Celebrate World Tibet Day

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Celebrate World Tibet Day

Commemorate 'World Tibet Day' with an evening of singing from the collection of 'Songs of Universal Worship' starting at 7:30pm on Saturday, 10 July at Radha Wardrop and Rick Sahar's home, 20 Muri Road, Pukerua Bay (ph 2399971).

Radha and Rick are offering a programme of easy sing-along songs that are positive in nature and uplifting in spirit, in honour of World Tibet Day. All welcome!

Celebrate the Dalai Lama's Birthday with a shared lunch, spiritually uplifting music and videos of his visits to NZ from 11:30am on Sunday, 18 July at the Lotus Yoga Centre, 91 Ruapehu Street, Paraparaumu (ph 2988258). Meet with other like-minded people who are inspired by the Dalai Lama.


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