New Year’s Eve Celebration

ring in the new year in a meaningful way!

Sun, Dec 31 | 9:30pm – Midnight
$30, Non-members | $15, Members | Register Now!
with Resident Teacher, Kadam Lucy James
@ KMC Colorado
– 1336 Glenarm Place, Denver

Start the new year in the way you mean to continue it: with a peaceful, positive mind and a loving heart. This alternative New Year’s Eve is a fantastic opportunity for making our resolutions for the new year heartfelt and effective.

From 9:45pm to 10:45pm, enjoy delicious vegetarian hors d’oeuvres (including gluten-free & vegan options) and the company of fellow celebrants. Then, from 10:45 through to midnight, Resident Teacher Kadam Lucy James will offer a brief introduction to the meditation practice of the Buddha of Compassion, followed by the practice itself and a guided meditation and OM MANI PADME HUM mantras to take us into the new year.

We will dedicate our peaceful minds to the welfare of the whole world, and conclude with a non-alcoholic New Year’s toast. Everyone welcome!


9:30pm – 10.45pm: Hors d’oeuvres & good company
10.45pm – 12am: Meditation on compassion & Buddha of Compassion practice and mantra
Jan 1, 12:05am: A toast to 2018!

online registration is now closed, but walk-ins are welcome!

about kmc colorado

what we do

KMC Colorado holds classes on meditation and Buddhism that are open to everyone in all walks of life and from any faith or background. You don’t have to be a Buddhist to learn how to meditate or to benefit from it. Thousands of people of all ages have enjoyed classes here since the Center was established 20 years ago.

who we are

KMC Colorado is part of a network of over a thousand Kadampa Buddhist Meditation Centers world-wide. It is a non-profit organization established to provide people in Colorado with the opportunity to learn about and practice Buddha’s meditations and teachings as an effective way to solve our daily problems. At KMC CO and its branches, we aim to offer a refuge of peace, friendship, and inspiration. For more information on the New Kadampa Tradition, click here.