Annual Sangha Picnic

Every summer our Sangha gets together for a picnic. We enjoy beautiful weather, delicious food, and good company.

Annual Sangha Picnic

Sangha makes Senbei

Our Sangha has a blast getting together to make senbei crackers for our food bazaars! We spend a Saturday rolling, cutting, and frying dough; coating the crackers with sauce and baking them; and bagging it all up for sale. It's such a great time to chat with and get to know other members of the sangha better, have some free lunch, and at the end of the day you can even munch on the reject sebei.

Sangha makes Senbei

Sangha Movie Nights

Occassionally we host a Sangha Movie Night where we show a Buddhism-related film for the Sangha. Past screenings have included Departures and Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter ... and Spring at The Magic Lantern, and Secondhand Lions at The Shop. Keep an eye on our news page for information about the next Sangha Movie Night!

Sangha Movie Nights

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Volunteers needed for Ramen Fest

Volunteers needed for Ramen Fest

Date                Time                            # needed            Task

We are not taking Pre-Orders for 10/28 Ramen Fest

We are not doing pre-orders for Ramen Fest, but we are making a lot of Ramen. Some of the other items may sell out, so we are recommending you come early to get them.

Obon Menu

Here is the Obon Festival Menu:

 

Spokane Obon Festival 7/21 & 7/22

 

2018 Spokane Obon Festival 7/21 & 7/22

Spokane Buddhist Temple
927 S Perry, Spokane, WA 99202
509-534-7954

What is Obon?

Gathering of Joy: Japanese American Obon Festivals

Obon is an annual Japanese Buddhist festival that commemorates those who have passed away. It is based on a Buddhist tale which describes how a devout monk dances with joy upon successfully releasing his deceased mother’s spirit from the Realm of Hungry Ghosts. Today, participants dance to express their joy to be living happily, and to honor loved ones who died.

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