Steveston Buddhist Temple turns 50. Time to celebrate.

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kagayaki“KAGAYAKI,” a presentation of Local Nikkei Artists 

December 7, 2013 1 pm – 9 pm
Steveston Buddhist Temple
4360 Garry St. Richmond, BC (604) 277-2323

The Steveston Buddhist Temple is celebrating our 50th Anniversary of at our present location. Over the course of these 50 years, the temple has grown together with the surrounding community. As our way of saying thank you to the community of Steveston, we are proud to present the art exhibit “KAGAYAKI a presentation of Local Nikkei Artists”. “KAGAYAKI” is the Japanese word meaning, “to shine” and the art exhibit will feature works by prominent local Nikkei Artists. Admission is free and you are all invited to come and join our celebration. Also, on Sat. Dec. 7 at 7:00 pm we will be holding our Gala Evening Concert with Internationally renown Celtic singer Ms. Denise Hagan. For ticket information please contact the temple office at (604) 277-2323 or (Tickets for the concert are $20 each or $50 for a family pass). Kagayaki – PDF Poster


“An Enchanted Evening with Denise Hagan”

Saturday, December 7, 2013 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Location: Steveston Buddhist Temple

Tickets: $20 per ticket or $50 for family ticket (2 adults & 2 kids) Tickets available through Temple office at (604) 277-2323 or

The Steveston Buddhist Temple is celebrating its 50th Anniversary at the present location. To celebrate the occasion, we are proud to present a special evening with Internationally renown Inspirational Celtic Singer Ms. Denise Hagan. Denise has performed concerts globally and was the opening act for Shania Twain, when Ms. Twain performed in Ireland. Denise draws inspiration for her songs from her own life experiences. Twice a survivor of bone cancer, Denise has expressed how the inner voice saved her life during times of darkness. With laughter and joy, an evening with Denise is sure to inspire those who join us. Though a resident of Steveston for the past three years, this will be the first time that Denise will be performing a concert here in Richmond. An opportunity you will definitely not want to miss!!

Proceeds from the concert will be shared, with half going to help the temple 50th Anniversary project of building a new Handicap washroom on site, and the other half going to Feed-U-Cate 38, the school program to ensure that no kids in Richmond go hungry, by providing breakfast or lunch at our public schools for those in need. Denise Hagan – PDF Poster

Want to know what all the hype is about? You can listen to Denise’s music at or by going to itunes/denise hagan.

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