12 Tuesday / March 12, 2019

Being Bloomington: Being Peace Community Meditation

11:30 am to 01:00 pm on Jan 12
Buskirk-Chumley Theater, Bloomington
https://www.BeingPeaceBloomington.com

Being Bloomington: Being Peace Community Meditation

Free community meditation at the Monroe County Public Library, located at 303 E Kirkwood Ave in downtown Bloomington.

Cultivate inner peace through meditation accompanied by inspired, live contemplative music.

**Note Change in Location for March 12 and 13**

Tuesday, March 12 — MCPL Room 1C. Attendees are invited to bring a floor cushion, blanket, or yoga mat. Plastic chairs are provided.
(Snow date: March 13 — MCPL Auditorium. Attendees are invited to bring a cushion, blanket, or yoga mat. Stadium seating is provided.)

Doors at 11:30am
Meditation from 12-12:50pm

March 12 musical guest: Michelle Qureshi, with acoustic guitar.

Meditation host: Kat Forgacs

There is no cost to attend.

For details on MCPL parking options and accessibility, please visit https://mcpl.info/parking and https://mcpl.info/geninfo/accessibility.

For more information on the Being Peace community meditation series, visit the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BeingPeaceBloomington or the Being Bloomington: Being Peace website: www.BeingPeaceBloomington.com, or contact the Being Bloomington: Being Peace Series Organizer, Kat Forgacs, at BeingPeaceBloomington@gmail.com.

Cost: Free

For more information contact:

Kat Forgacs
BeingPeaceBloomington@gmail.com

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