NEAC will be closed in honor of the following holidays:
Thanksgiving 2012: Thursday, 22nd November - Sunday, 25th November 2012
Winter Holidays 2012: Saturday, 22nd December - Saturday, 30th December 2012
Memorial Day Weekend 2013: Saturday, 25th May - Monday, 27th May 2012
Thanksgiving 2013:Thursday, 28th November - Sunday, 1st December 2013
Winter Holidays 2013: Saturday, 21st December - Sunday, 30th December 2013
**If you meet with a group on any of these days, please check with your group to see if you are meeting.
9:00am - 12:30pm Saturday/Sunday (except the 3rd Sunday of the month it is closed). The Bookstore can also be opened for special events or meetings. Please contact the New England Activity Center. It will also open one hour before World Peace Gongyo and remain open for one hour afterwards.
A new website has been created that is devoted to the works and accomplishments of Daisaku Ikeda: http://www.daisakuikeda.org
The January 2008 launching of this site coincides with and celebrates the 80th birthday of Daisaku Ikeda. This site offers information and resources concerning the life and achievements of Mr. Ikeda, as well as a selection of his own writings and photographic works. Each of the main sections of Buddhist Philosopher, Peacebuilder and Educator offers, for the first time online, comprehensive writings detailing his thinking and achievements with respect to those themes, while the Profile section presents a detailed biography of his life. A Resource section, which will be updated periodically, makes available the latest news concerning Mr. Ikeda as well as his writings, interviews and records of his achievements and recognition.
RSS feeds are available from this site.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds are titles of and links to articles from sites like this that are fed to your browser or to news aggregator programs. In web-speak this is "push" instead of "pull" technology. The articles are pushed out to your browser instead of your having to go to the website and pull them out. This means that you can have new announcements fed to your browser as soon as they are posted on the SGI New England site, rather than you having to keep checking the site to see what's new.