Interfaith Earth Week Vigil: Holding our World, Mon. April 24th 7-9pm

As the culmination of Earth Week in Boulder, please join us for an evening of interfaith reflection through poetry, music, contemplation, and dialogue. Free of charge, drop-in program. Please join us!

BSC Member Lynele Jones interviewed by the Daily Mail

“While there’s disagreement on what makes up the American identity, 7 in 10 people – regardless of party – say the country is losing that identity. “It’s such stark divisions,” said Lynele Jones, a 65-year-old accountant in Boulder, Colorado. Like many Democrats, Jones pointed to diversity and openness to refugees and other immigrants as central … Continue 

Special program: Class on Sadhana of Mahamudra with Barbara Smith

Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Parinirvana of the Vidyadhara, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche This is the darkest hour of the dark ages. Disease, famine and warfare are raging like the fierce north wind.  -from the introduction to the Sadhana of Mahamudra This sadhana (practice) came to be uncovered (terma) by the Vidyadara, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche during … Continue 

Shambhala Gala at BMoCA March 4th, 7pm

What could be a better way to kick off the New Year than… A NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM 7pm- Appetizers served in the Exhibits Hall, and a wide variety of drinks on offer at the cash bar   8pm-Truth Be Told STORY SLAM Hosted by Nina Rolle and Johanna Walker, with Musical Guests.             Got a Story to tell? … Continue 

Boulder’s Islamic Center Hosts Hundreds in Open House Event

From KGNU News: Boulder showed its solidarity with Muslim Americans on Sunday, February 19 when hundreds of people turned out for an open house sponsored by Boulder’s Islamic Center. The Center decided to open its doors after receiving an outpouring of support from local residents following the Trump administration’s ban on immigrants from seven mostly … Continue 

David and Emily Takahashi erase carbon footprint of Martin Acres residence

  (excerpt from the Daily Camera): David and Emily Takahashi erase carbon footprint of Martin Acres residence David and Emily Takahashi moved to a 60-year–old house in Boulder in 2012 after losing their home in the Fourmile Fire. They were not only making a new start for themselves, however. They also have given new life … Continue 

Job Opening at BSC! Revised requirements & deadline extended to Feb. 17

Job Opening at the Boulder Shambhala Center! Overview: The Boulder Shambhala Center is seeking a full-time employee to serve as its “Community Office Director” whose main responsibilities are to support and grow our membership; invite and deploy our volunteers; and provide administrative support for the Executive Director’s social engagement initiatives. BSC has a large and … Continue 

BSC hosted the Interfaith Vigil for the Earth on January 23, 2017

Boulder Shambhala Center hosted the Interfaith Vigil for the Earth on January 23, 2017. Many thanks to all of the presenters and participants. We’ve created a photo album of the event on our Facebook page. Pictured: Singers from St. John’s Compline Choir and Ars Nova. Here is the prayer that we closed the evening with … Continue 

Save the Date–Shambhala Day is Monday, February 27, 2017!

Here’s our working schedule for Shambhala Week! Shambhala Day Celebration Monday, February 27 -Shambhala Day Celebration, 9am Family and children’s activities concurrent with program. -Sadhana of Mahamudra Feast, 6pm Neighborhood Gatherings Look for an email In February about your deleg’s Shambhala Week activity. Kalapa Werma Feast Thursday, March 2, 6pm Annual Lhasang at Chautauqua Park … Continue 

Just announced: Exploring the Bardos of Life and Death with Sam Bercholz and Pema Thaye Jan. 21

Sam Bercholz is the author of “A Guided Tour of Hell: A Graphic Memoir”. Pema Thaye is an artist and tulku. They will co-teach this day long program–exploring the bardos of life and death. What is a bardo? Bardo is commonly used to denote the intermediate state between death and rebirth, but in reality bardos … Continue