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Religious Holidays This Month January - February 2019

We wish all of our members of various faiths a peaceful holiday! Please let us know if your faith is celebrating a holiday that isn’t included. We would love to learn more! List created by Dr. Peter Yuichi Clark http://www.theinterfaithobserver.org/religious-calendar/ The Iroquois Midwinter Ceremony, in which old fires are extinguished and new fires are lit, and the Hopi Holy Cycle, in which the changing of the seasons and the nature of the Hopi sacred universe are celebrate

Peace Day In The Park

Peace Day in the Park last month was a great success! Our prayer flags drummed up a lot of interest and let people know our mission to promote communication and peace among the different cultures and religions in our community. A great thank you to everyone who helped! If you missed it, there were many other vendors, organizations, and events. The air was filled with live music and the work of local artists was on display. Pets were available for adoption. Yoga and meditation

Religious Holidays This Month – October 2018

We wish all of our members of various faiths a peaceful holiday! Please let us know if your faith is celebrating a holiday that isn’t included. We would love to learn more! List created by Dr. Peter Yuichi Clark Monday, October 1 Simchat Torah – Judaism This festival, also known as “Rejoicing with the Law,” marks the end of Sukkot and the completion of the Torah reading cycle with the beginning of reading the first book again. Jews celebrate this day by singing, danci