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Past Events

Sat. October 20th 2018
A Day Retreat Nichiren , Tien Tai, Shakyamuni, Henry (All Ages)
more info
Sun. November 12th 2017
15th Annual Nichiren Buddhist AGM (All Ages)
more info
Sat. April 22nd 2017
A Day of Faith, A Day with the Buddha's @  A Day of Faith, A Day with Buddha's Duncan BC (All Ages)
more info
Sat. September 24th 2016
A Day of Meditation, A Day of Mindfulness (All Ages)
more info
Sun. August 14th 2016
Tien Tai Seven Day Retreat (All Ages)
more info
Fri. January 1st 2016
New Years Day Celebration - GanTan Ceremony Henry La, Maria H, Kelly R (All Ages)
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Nichiren Peace Centre

Confirmed: May. 27, 2019 (Awaiting Update)
other sites:
3604Johnny Bear Road Duncan BC map
V9L 2J6

Administrative/Mailing Address
Office - 365 Day Road, Duncan, BC V9L 3K4

Contact Details

Henry Landry

Booking Contact

Henry Landry
250 710 7594

a Buddhist Community with ongoing Retreats, Services, Life skills coaching, Meditation facilities, deep in the forest of the Cowichan Valley, our Teacher/Messenger info on website as BIO

Venue Specs

Venue FormatOutdoor Venue
Liquor LicenseNone, All Ages or Provide your own
Capacity Notes/DetailsOutdoor Forest
Square Footage2
Dimension Notes / DetailsForest Retreat Center, Meditation Pathways, open Community Kitchen
Has StageYes
Stage DetailsSmall covered area for lectures and teaching
Flooring TypeGrass
Rentable / Hosts Outside EventsYes
Rental RatesRetreat Huts {Seasonal} $25.00 a day, plus 1 - 2 hours Workshare
Has Sound / LightingNo
Wheelchair Accessible?Yes
AmenitiesWashroom, Community Kitchen
Venue StaffingProvided (Included in Rental)

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Advocacy & Arts Info >> Arts Advocacy / Information Organization
Music >> Music Organization / Society
Advocacy & Arts Info >> Events Calendar
Heritage >> Conservation Area / Park


Listing last confirmed: May. 27, 2019


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