North Bend: Annual Dzogchen Retreat

  • Younge Drodul Ling Younge Drodul Ling
  • 3621 Chester St., North Bend, OR
  • Aug 30 - Sep 2, 2019 (4 days)
  • $200.00 - Program Price

About This Event

Younge Drodul Ling and Orgyen Dradul Ling as co-sponsors invite you to our annual Labor Day Weekend Retreat in North Bend, Oregon. Please join us as we welcome back the Venerable Younge Khachab Rinpoche for our 9th annual retreat, which will be held Friday, August 30th to Monday, September 2nd.

This retreat will include Dzogchen Teachings and Meditation with Rinpoche.

The schedule will begin on Friday , August 30th and end at noon on Monday, September 2nd. The program will be from 9:30 AM to 12 noon and 2-5 PM Friday through Sunday, and 9:30 to noon on Monday. (Rinpoche may alter the times and schedule as he wishes.)

The address is 3621 Chester St., North Bend, OR, 97459 , phone number is (contact info blocked), Judy and Clyde Crawford, Event Coordinators, email: (contact info blocked).

Please call or email for more detailed information or with questions. Hotel and travel information available upon request. Please make your travel arrangements early as planes and hotels fill up quickly for Labor Day Weekend!

Please no dropping in or dropping out during the retreat. No childcare is provided. Children are welcome if supervised.

Registration : $200 will be payable to YDL either on-line or upon arrival. Separate donation of $50 to help with expenses and meals payable at the retreat, to ODL. All meals will be provided starting with dinner on Thursday, August 29th thru Monday, September 2nd lunch.

No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Help with meals and clean-up is appreciated. Work-Study is available upon request, please contact us.

Please RSVP if you will be attending for our planning purposes.

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