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PIMC Family Music Jam Potluck (Sat., Oct. 26, 2019)

PIMC is hosting a family inclusive potluck gathering on Sat., Oct. 26 in the late afternoon/early evening - when people with kids in the sangha can socialize while the kids run amok (with the benefit of many adults around keeping an eye on the little ones). It will be a relaxed time with food and music. This will be an excellent opportunity to get to meet other families for whom mindful child rearing is a priority.

 

Buddhist Movie Night at PIMC: "Kumare" (Sat., 10/19/19, 6:30pm)

Please join us for another edition of Buddhist Movie Night at Portland Insight Meditation Community (PIMC). We'll be watching "Kumare" on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019.  The screening will begin at 6:30pm.

This is a chance to come together as a community, enjoy Buddhist/mindfulness-themed cinema, and discuss how the material relates to our understanding of the Buddha and the Dharma.

Visiting Teacher - Caverly Morgan: "Liberation Now" (Sat., Oct. 19, 2019)

Come join us on Saturday, Oct. 19, for a day-long retreat with visiting Dharma teacher Caverly Morgan, the creator of Peace In Schools, an in-school mindfulness program for kids. This will be a nourishing day of guided meditations, journaling, relational mindfulness practices, and group discussion. The theme of this retreat is:

ETD Event: Sign and Banner Making Party For the 9/20 Global Climate Strike in Portland (Sun., 9/15)

There will be a sign and banner making party on Sept. 15 for the upcoming Global Climate Strike in Portland (for more information about the Climate Strike, please see below).

We'll get started at 12:30 at PIMC, after the Dharma Talk. In addition to making signs, we'll also have fun creating a poignant mantra … so we can stay mindful throughout the march!

ETD Event: Participation in EcoSattva Training (Starting in Oct. 2019, Details TBD)

PIMC's Engaging The Dharma (ETD) initiative group is organizing the sangha's participation in a six-part, web-based training on effective and skillful strategies for responding to global warming, informed by Buddhist principles. The "EcoSattva Training" will start in October, with details still to be determined.