Boulder: Waylon Lewis emcees Tibetan Village Project 4th Annual Benefit.

Via on Sep 6, 2011

Tibetan Village Project’s 4th Annual Benefit ~

An Evening for Tibet Tibetan Village Project cordially invites you to its 4th annual benefit (Evening for Tibet) on Sunday, September 18th, 4pm. The event is held Tibet’s Restaurant in Louisville, Colorado and hosted by Mr. Waylon Lewis of *elephant journal and TVP board. $60 tax-deductible donation (or whatever you can afford) covers a delicious Tibetan and Indian dinner, wine, music, a lively auction, and other fun. Please RSVP by calling 720-404-1711 or through its website. Tibetan Village Project (TVP) is a non-profit, non-political organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development while preserving the rich cultural heritage of Tibet.

To learn more about TVP’s projects and volunteer excursions to Tibet, please visit: or,

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