A Thousand Mothers - a movie by Kim Shelton

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A Thousand Mothers - a movie by Kim Shelton

Time: October 26, 2017 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Location: Kagyu Sukha Choling
Street: 109 Clear Creek Drive
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.kscashland.org
Phone: 541-552-1769
Event Type: community
Organized By: Lama Pema and Lama Yeshe
Latest Activity: Oct 22, 2017

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Set at an ancient nunnery above the majestic Irrawaddy River, A THOUSAND MOTHERS is an unprecedented look into the lives of Buddhist nuns in Sagaing, Myanmar. This is a celebration of unique life, and its value as a force for good in our troubled world.

Followed by Q&A.

Suggested donation $20.

Baked goods provided by Leslie Sargent of Buckhorn Springs.

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