Public Programs


Summer Sounds on the Plaza: Mariachi Imperial de America

Thursday, August 21, 7pm, Suggested donation $10
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Renowned Houston mariachi group Mariachi Imperial de America delights the audience with engaging, energetic, and diverse music. Led by Jose Longoria and including his sons, Mariachi Imperial de America has released three albums, been televised nationally, and received numerous awards, including #1 Mariachi in Houston from Houston Press in 2005. Mariachi Imperial de America has performed internationally from Armenia to China. Yeti Sunshine is on site selling snowballs, in addition to free drinks and snacks. Bring your family, friends, and a blanket, and enjoy a summer night of music and dancing!

 
Twelve Moments of Spirituality and Healing

Sat Kartar Singh Khalsa, Sikh and Kundalini Yoga Traditions
Wednesday, August 6, 12 noon
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Sat Kartar Singh Khalsa has been a student and teacher of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan for 37 years. Yogi Bhajan said "Kundalini Yoga is...a practice of experience of a person's own excellence which is dormant and which is awakened." Sat Kartar is a Minister of Sikh Dharma and a Texas Licensed Acupuncturist with a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine.  The series is co-sponsored by Ligmincha Texas Institute, The Jung Center of Houston, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, and the Rothko Chapel.

 
Summer Sounds on the Plaza: Jon Dee Graham and Son

Thursday, July 24, 7pm, Suggested donation $10
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Texas musician Jon Dee Graham and son William Graham captivate the audience with their soulful, engaging sound. Graham is a renowned songwriter and musician who has released eight albums and been featured in a documentary. He has also been honored by various awards, including Austin Musician of the Year in 2006. Yeti Sunshine is on site selling snowballs, in addition to free drinks and snacks. Bring your family, friends, and a blanket, and enjoy a summer night of music!

 
Twelve Moments of Spirituality and Healing

Marlis Hodges, Gurdjieff Tradition
Wednesday, July 2, 12pm, Suggested donation $10
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The series is co-sponsored by Ligmincha Texas Institute, The Jung Center of Houston, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, and the Rothko Chapel.

 
Clarity and Compassion: Lessons from a Zen Garden

Karen Maezen Miller
Sunday, June 29, 3pm, Suggested donation $10
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How can we access the spiritual in everyday life? Author and Zen Buddhist teacher Karen Maezen Miller shares the wisdom she has gleaned from our natural world, ending with a seated meditation. A former Houstonian, Miller is a priest at the Hazy Moon Zen Center in Los Angeles and the author of several books on finding spirituality in ordinary places. Her most recent is Paradise in Plain Sight: Lessons from a Zen Garden about the lessons of clarity and compassion found in caring for the century-old garden in her backyard.  A book signing and reception on the plaza follows the program.

 
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