At the Burn Brae Mansion, 573 High Road, tickets are sold at the gate from 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm. The show is $13 and groups leave every 10 minutes, no reservations required. Contact Andy Russ email@example.com or call 201/666-3275 or visit www.darkforest.com
These classes offer a simple introduction to Buddha’s teachings, emphasizing kindness, respect for others and keeping a happy heart. Suggested for ages 4-10. Class in Conjunction with Prayers for World Peace (for adults)Fee: $1/class, no pre-registration required. Classes are held at The World Peace Temple Kadampa Meditation, 47 Sweeney Road, Sundays, 11am – 12:15 PM
Senior center, 10am-noon, free w/ Medicare Care card, all others $21 for flu shot, $35 for pneumonia shot. Appointments (not necessary): ehealthscheduling.com/sullivan or 845/292-5910.
Clear teachings, meditations & prayers at Kadampa Meditation Center, 11am-12:15pm, by donation. 845/856-9000.
Learn simple meditation techniques & ways of thinking to help discover real meaning in daily life at Kadampa Meditation Center, 7-8:30pm, $10. 845/856-9000.
Full breakfast menu prepared by Lumberland seniors' all-male master chefs at the senior center, 8am-noon, adults $7, under age 12 $3.
Hosted by Pond Eddy United Methodist Church at Lumberland town hall, 4-7pm, adults $10, ages 3-10 $5. Take-out avail. 845/856-6004.
Lunch provided by Lumberland Senior Club, info provided by fire dept. at the senior center, noon. All welcome.
Simple introduction to Buddha's teachings, emphasizing kindness, respect for others & keeping a happy heart for ages 4-10 at Kadampa Meditation Center, 11am-12:15pm, $1. Class in conjunction w/ Prayers for World Peace (adults). 845/856-9000.
Covering Carl Hentschel’s 100th birthday celebration five years ago was a special treat for this reporter, but seeing Hentschel still going strong at the age of 105 was truly icing on the cake.
A crowd of family, friends, veterans and dignitaries turned out at the Lumberland Senior Center in Glen Spey on August 15 to celebrate with Hentschel. Awards and recognitions were presented by various officials, including Town of Lumberland supervisor Nadia Rajsz and Town of Highland supervisor Andrew Boyar. Read more