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Sun 31 Dec | Golders Green

New Year's Eve Party & World Peace Prayers

With Resident Teacher, Kadam John McBretney

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Celebrate the New Year with a peaceful, positive mind and a loving heart.

Sun 31 Dec, 9pm to past midnight

Heruka KMC, Golders Green (Northern Line)

£0 - £20

Celebrate New Year’s Eve and start the New Year with a peaceful, positive mind and a loving heart.

This special event is a wonderful opportunity for making our resolutions for the New Year heartfelt and effective, and creating causes for world peace.

Enjoy a delicious vegetarian buffet and non-alcoholic drinks in good company.
Be inspired by guided meditation and Prayers for World Peace with Kadam John which will see us into the New Year.

Family, friends, everyone welcome!

With Resident Teacher,
Kadam John McBretney

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Standard tickets: £20
Silver members 50% discount with coupon code
Gold & Platinum members 75% discount with coupon code


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