Posts By: Doug Hironaka

Temple Closure

Dear Dharma Friends, With the recent advisement from the Alberta Chief Medical Officer and in consideration of the health and well-being of our community the Calgary Buddhist Temple has suspended all activities at the Temple until further notice. The suspension of activities includes Sunday Service,

2020 Membership

Our 2020 Calgary Buddhist Membership form is now available in our membership section and is available in print at the temple. Memberships are $100 per person with students (under 18) and seniors (65 & over) complimentary. Please consider taking out a membership to help support

Annual Chow Mein Dinner

The Calgary Buddhist Temple will be holding our annual Chow Mein Supper on Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 4:30 to 8:00 PM at the temple (658 1st Ave NE). Tickets are $20 (you can either eat-in or take out). We will  also be selling raffle

Annual Chow Mein Dinner – UPDATED

The Calgary Buddhist Temple will be holding our annual Chow Mein Supper on Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 4:30 to 8:00 PM at the temple (658 1st Ave NE). Tickets are $20 (you can either eat-in or take out). We will  be selling various Japanese-themed

Grey “Have a Buddhaful Day” T-shirts now available

Since we have sold out of the larger sizes of our t-shirts, we have reprinted them in dark grey. They are available for purchase at the temple. All the proceeds from these shirts will go to the CBT Capital Campaign. Please email Doug at doughironaka@gmail.com

2018 CBT Membership

Our 2018 Calgary Buddhist Membership form is now available in our membership section and will soon be available in print at the temple. Memberships are $100 per person with students (under 18) and seniors (65 & over) complimentary. Please consider taking out a membership to

“Have a Buddhaful Day” T-Shirt Pre-Orders

Put in your order for “Have a Buddhaful Day” T-shirt! Kristen Michele is the big winner of our Buddhist caption for T-shirt contest with “Have a Buddhaful Day!” and Doug Hironaka has turned it into this beautiful design. They will be sold at our booth

New Scroll of Prince Shotoku

Last Sunday, we had an unveiling of a beautiful new scroll of Prince Shotuko, generously donated by Mrs Teruko Ikuta in memory of her husband, Rev S.K. Ikuta. Prince Shotoku, (574 – 622 AD), is legendary in Japanese Buddhism for establishing Buddhist principles and ethics