Lantern Floating for Peace

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Take part in a modern Shinnyo-en Buddhist lantern ceremony by building, decorating and floating your own lamp on a pond inside Trump Rink. While similar ceremonies are held annually in places like Japan and Hawaii, this is the first for NYC, where the theme “Be a Light for Peace” honors peacemakers one day after the United Nations’ International Day of Peace (Sat 21). All afternoon long, enjoy live performances by taiko drummers and local musicians.
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