Sart Thai Day falls in the middle of the traditional Thai year. It is also when most food crops are being harvested, thus celebrations for a successful year are occurring
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Typical Sunday Service Activities: 07:00 am, Chanting and Meditation...
11:00 am, Alms and food offering to Monks...
11 am -1 pm, Social time and Thai lunch for members and guest
(donations to cover cost of food is appreciated)...
1 pm, Buddha Talks. All times are subject to change..call Temple at 255-1465
Alert...Alert...Alert... Aurora Road Closing for 7 -Weeks ( 28 Jul- 16 Sep 2016) Click Here: Detour Route
NEXT: SART Thai Day-a religiuus day for members.
SUNDAY 18 Sept 2016--9
throughout Thailand. The word Sart, derived from the Pali language, means season and in particular autumn or fall. Sart Thai day is also referred to as
Memorial Day. This is not Memorial Day as Americans might assume. In Thailand, Sart Thai is also a time to remember dead relatives with prayers,
Buddhist rituals, and merit making on their behalf.
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