Center for Living Peace, a non-profit peace education organization, will host a full day of FREE family-oriented classes in honor of their second anniversary.
IRVINE, Calif., April 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Center for Living Peace invites the community to join them for a full day of FREE family-friendly events on Saturday, May 12th 2012 from 8am to 8pm as they celebrate their second birthday!
The Center for Living Peace will offer FREE family-friendly programs including: Seedling Pots with The Ecology Center, Abstract Seashells with the Orange County Museum of Art, Sneaky Sea Snacks Mistaken for Food with the Algalita Marine Research Institute, Native California Animals with Inside the Outdoors, yoga for kids, qigong for adults and kids, meditation, non-violent communication classes, drumming, a screening of the film Peace One Day, special guest Lama Tenzin—Emissary for Peace to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, cupcakes, raffle prizes and much more! All events are free and open to the public.
"Thinking back to the day we opened our doors in 2010, it's remarkable to count all the ways we have grown in just 2 years. It's not just the success of our Living Peace Series and the incredible global leaders we've been able to welcome; but the actual mobilization we've seen of local individuals committed to living peace here every day. We now have over 600 individuals participating in programs each month and 20 program affiliates who share their programs at Center for Living Peace each month. It really shows that on all levels—with individuals, families and organizations—there is a strong desire in our community for a sense of connection, and an eagerness to build peace in our daily lives," said Executive Director, Rebecca Hendrickson. "We hope that people will come join us for a fun-filled day (and free cupcakes) as we celebrate two wonderful years of making Good Happen!"
To learn more about the event visit: www.GoodHappens.org/Birthday
ABOUT CENTER FOR LIVING PEACE
Center for Living Peace is a non-profit peace organization in Irvine, California. Founded on the belief that "good happens"—Center for Living Peace believes that one kind act can inspire a multitude of good deeds. The Center provides a place where children, families and adults of all ages can connect to self, others and the world and feel inspired to make a difference and offers a variety of community programs, events and service opportunities. For more information visit www.goodhappens.org.
Contact: Ariana Morin, (949) 854-5500, email@example.com
SOURCE The Center for Living Peace