Free Performance and Reading by David Berkeley
October 10 @ 3pm
Renowned musician and author David Berkeley will be returning to the Midtown Scholar Bookstore to showcase his latest creative project: a compilation of ten short stories accompanied by a ten-song soundtrack. The novella, The Free Brontosaurus, depicts the intersecting lives of ten characters as they all pass through the same stretch of time in one fictional city. Intertwining with the written accounts of each character, David Berkeley has composed ten songs in what is being hailed as his best album to date, Cardboard Boat.
This is a free performance and completely open to the public and audiences of all ages!
For more information, feel free to call the bookstore at 717-236-1680.
See you at the Scholar!
Gen Kelsang Jampa – May 30 @ 11:00 am
Renowned for his warm demeanor and peaceful, inspired teachings, Gen Kelsang Jampa will be joining us at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore on May 30 at 11:00 a.m. to give a free, public talk on meditation, understanding the mind, and finding true freedom and happiness. Gen Jampa is currently a resident teacher at the Kadampa Meditation Centar in Texas, and serves as the National Spiritual Director for the New Kadampa tradition of Buddhism. If you have any questions about the event, or about Gen Jampa, feel free to contact the Kalpa Bhadra Kadampa Buddhist Center of Harrisburg via their website (meditationpa.org) or email address (firstname.lastname@example.org).
And, to gain a better sense of Gen Kelsang Jampa’s teaching and presence, be sure to watch the video below of Gen Jampa’s guided meditation recorded at the TEDxSarasota conference.