Half Day Meditation Retreat - April 27, 2019
Half Day Meditation Retreat The Buddhist Meditation Group @ UUCR invites you to a half day meditation retreat on Saturday April 27th from 9AM – 1PM at the Unitarian Universalists Church of Reading, 239 Woburn Street ,Reading, MA 01867 The retreat will consist of a combination of Dharma, chanting, silent and walking meditation, and other activities. It is recommended you wear loose comfortable clothing. Please bring a meditation cushion if you prefer one over a chair. FAQs Does this event cost money? No, the event is free. Donations are gratefully received, but not required. Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? No What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? The Unitarian Universalist Church of Reading is a 10 minute walk from the Reading stop on the Haverhill Commuter Line and the Reading Depot Stop on the 136 and 137 bus lines There is parking in the church lot, accessible from Summer Street, on the east bound side of Woburn Street, on Temple and Prospect Streets. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Can I update my registration information? Yes, Eventbrite allows you to edit your information. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No. In fact please save the paper and don't print any tickets. Your name at the door will suffice.
When: Apr 27, 2019 9am in Reading, MA
Songs of Hope and Heart Saturday, April 27th 8:00pm
Artistic Director Mary Cunningham leads the 39-voice Halalisa Singers in Songs of Hope and Heart, a timely concert offering messages of hope in adversity and the power of love to bring joy and healing. Accompanying the singers will be pianist Trevor Berens and percussionist Bertram Lehmann. The ensemble will repeat the diverse program showcasing American value of inclusiveness and justice on a May 2019 tour of Ireland with performances in Dublin, Kinsale, Killarney, and Galway.
When: Apr 27, 2019 8pm to Apr 27, 2019 10pm in Reading, MA
Cost: 20 - 20 USD
Children’s Book Release Celebration
Meet the authors and their service dog, the illustrator, and learn more about people living with physical disabilities doing remarkable things as they celebrate the release of their new picture book Rescue and Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship, published by Candlewick Press. Come celebrate this real-life, Boston-based story as Jessica Kensky, Patrick Downes and illustrator Scott Magoon talk about their inspiration, and meet ASPCA dog of the year Rescue! Reading’s Understanding Disabilities organization leads a conversation on compassion and how people with physical disabilities are doing remarkable things. Books available for purchase at post-event book signing.
May 1, 2019 12am in Reading, MA