Just a week after the upcoming sesshin, Sangha Entertainment Night will burst forth on Saturday, April 13 in the Buddha Hall. Please note that we’re trying a new time: from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Also, the Buddha Hall will not be available until 4:00 p.m. If you need to rehearse beforehand, the library in 5 Arnold Park might be a good place.
This is a purely make-our-own-fun event, so if you would like to entertain (a skit? a song? an unholy combination of both?), email Trueman (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the details of your act. (Once again, Phil Swanson and his keyboard will be here from Massachusetts to provide musical stylings for anyone who wants backup – if you’d like Phil to accompany you, be sure to e-mail Trueman with the details so that Phil has time to prepare.)
Movies and Dharma: A Zen Perspective
Four of the five films that were shown at the March 16 film program co-hosted by the Center and the Visual Studies Workshop are available online. If you’re interested, the links are below:
Reflective Pool: https://vimeo.com/62121723
The Neighbors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aSowDUUaY
The fifth film was a Twilight Zone episode (season 1, episode 28) titled “A Nice Place to Visit,” available on Amazon Prime.