Position Open at BSC: Community Outreach Director

The Boulder Shambhala Center seeks a new Community Outreach Director. This critical role combines community-building activity; managing event and office space rentals; supervising front desk and other volunteer roles; and … Continue 

11th Hour Bell-Ringing Project

By Emily Takahashi of the BSC Green Team Dear friends, As some of you are aware, the Boulder Shambhala Center has been participating in the interfaith 11th Hour Bell-Ringing project since the … Continue 

Roof Project Update

By Eileen Malloy, BSC Director of Operations After several delays, the Dorje Dzong roof is being replaced beginning May 13th. Please join us for a blessing ceremony and lhasang with … Continue 

XOL ORIGINAL Four Directions Footwear Line: Upcycled Shoes

By Valentino Romero Hello Diverse Shambhala Family, May we all be splendid in limitless original ways. I have been a part of the Shambhala community since 2005 as a mechanic … Continue 

Tales of Yesteryear & the Future

By Eileen Malloy, Director of Operations I have been in communication with Paul Kloppenburg, who installed the golden tser togs on the roof back in the old days. 1986 or … Continue 

June BSC Building Updates

By Eileen Malloy, Director of Operations The ravens have fledged! The beginning was a bit inauspicious, with one of the fledglings landing on a car hood, where the car’s owner … Continue 

Buddhist Arts and Film Festival

The Buddhist Arts and Film Festival launches July 6–8 at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder. Founded by Boulder residents Laura Weiss and Sarah Poppitz, this kick-off festival is themed … Continue 

Rev. angel Kyodo williams: Why Your Liberation is Bound Up With Mine – Podcast 194

by “Meditation in the City,” the New York Shambhala Center podcast In the face of today’s political and social unrest, is it possible to create a wise, kind, and strong human … Continue 

Invitation to Help Stop “Buddhist Terror”

By Melanie Klein, BSC Director Dear Boulder Shambhala Community, Amidst the great suffering in the world today, one conflict, known as the “Buddhist Terror,” continually pulls at my heart. In … Continue 

Sensei Alexandra Shenpen featured in The Denver Post

Photo by Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post. Excerpt of Denver Post article “Modern take on Japanese floral arrangement creates magical representations of nature” by Danika Worthington: “Fusa Wakumoto clipped the … Continue