Wednesday, January 3, 2024 and Thursday, January 4, 2024Ace Casino Airport – 40 Aero Are NE, Calgary AB, T2E 6W5It has been one and a half years since our last casino and the AGLC has assigned our casino dates as noted above. We are looking
Dear sangha members and friends,
We had a busy fall with various fundraising events culminating in our Chow Mein Dinner and Bakesale on October 21. Thank you everyone for supporting the Temple through ticket purchase, baking, volunteering and organizing. It felt hectic at times but
Our Temple Bake sale is on Saturday, Oct 21. If you would like to contribute some home baked goods or snacks you can email Mickey at email@example.com to let her know. We are also happy to receive last-minute goods on Saturday.
If you are looking
This year’s fund-raising event will be held on Saturday, October 21th from 3:00 to 6:00PM at the temple (658 – 1st Ave NE). Please note that there is no dine-in option and it is take out only. Tickets are $20 per plate and are available at
We are looking for volunteers to help make chow mein noodles!
Dough making – Friday, September 29, 6:30 pm at the Temple kitchen
Noodle Making – Sunday October 1, 8:30 am at the CJCA kitchen (2236 – 29 St SW)
Mein noodles are a key
The Calgary Buddhist Temple once again had our famous “All Things Japanese” table at this year’s Calgary Japanese Festival Omatsuri held at the Max Bell Arena on August 12th. We take the generous donation of items from our members and their families and find new,
As part of the 2023 Calgary Japanese Festival Omatsuri taking place at Max Bell Centre on August 11 &12, the Calgary Buddhist Temple will be having a “All Things Japanese” table where we’ll be selling Japanese knick knacks and items. In order to fill these
The Temple is organizing a fundraising event on Saturday, June 10th from 9:00 am to noon creating delicious handmade gyoza which will then be frozen and sold in bags of a dozen. We would like to ask for volunteers to help make these gyoza and
with the JSBTC WF (Women’s Federation). Save the Children-Canada collects used postage stamps for resale to dealers and collectors. Money raised by this method of fundraising is used to help provide a better life and a brighter future for children around the world and in