Harvest of Peace—Picnic
September 26 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm America/Denver
Contact person: Marianna Siniakova
Sunday, September 26th
Join us in the park for…
Sadhana of Kindness Practice
Community Art & Sign-Making
Refreshments, Snacks, Conversation
Bring a blanket, cushion, or chair for practicing together.
Please bring a dessert to share if you are able!
at Admiral Alreigh A. Burke Park
490 Mohawk Drive
More info here
Community Art & Sign-Making will happen 3-5PM
At Mountain View United Methodist Church
35o Ponca Pl
Across the street from the park!
More info here
For Monday’s Green Faith Moving Vigil—Join in painting & making your own banner or sign with a message, or opt to work on other banners with designs and messages that are congruent with your faith.
All materials provided.
Social distancing & masking guidelines will be observed.
About Harvest of Peace
Harvest of Peace is one of four annual Nyida Day celebrations in Shambhala culture. Each of these holidays mark the changing of the seasons, hence the name Nyida Day (Nyi = sun and Da = moon).
The tone for Harvest of Peace is usually based on fostering closeness and community in local sanghas, with practice and seasonal social events. Traditionally, celebrations would include plans for sharing the bounty of the seasons together as a society, such as cooking together, planting or harvesting a garden, having a communal meal, going on a nature walk or sharing a picnic together. It would also be appropriate to organize volunteers from your community for a “day of service” in support of a local charity or specific initiative as a way to engage with generosity during this time of year.
Due to rising COVID cases in Boulder County and worldwide, we ask that you practice social distancing & mask requirements.
We wish you the best in health and well-being!