Important announcement about registration for His Holiness Karmapa's visit to KTC - April 24, 2015

Dear Dharma Friends,

We know that you’re just as thrilled as we are to hear that His Holiness the Gyalwang Karmapa's will visit to KTC on April 24, 2015. Everyone who is able to attend will receive an extraordinary blessing just by being in his presence.

Right now, we’re in the midst of finalizing the details of His Holiness’ visit. Registration isn’t open yet and tickets are not yet available. Please watch our website homepage for registration; we hope to have it up within a couple of days.

Please note that all those wishing to attend the event at KTC must register and must receive a ticket. An email, a telephone call, or verbal communication addressed to KTC staff or lamas will not serve as registration.

All registration will be handled online using PayPal or a credit card. We will not be able to accept registration over the phone or by email. Reservations are on a first-come/first-served basis. Payment in full must be received at the time registration.

If you’re unable to use PayPal or a credit card online, please explain why by contacting us at and we’ll certainly try to do our best to accommodate you.

After registration, we will post details about parking availability. Information on lodging in the area can be found at (scroll down to Local Hotels and Motels), or ] We are not able to offer overnight accommodation for this event and appreciate your understanding.

We ask that you watch our website for updates and carefully read all posts regarding this auspicious event. Should you have questions, please don't hesitate to email We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

One final note: We’ll be using a service called Eventbrite for registration. It is possible that email messages from a commercial services such as EventBrite may be automatically filtered out of your inbox as spam or junk mail. Please be sure to check your spam folder or trash before you empty it.

Thank you for your time and attention.

From the Staff of Kagyu Thubten Choling Monastery


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