Tibet’s Restaurant, Louisville, Colorado
Thursday, May 7, 2009
6:00 to 9:00 pm
Please join us for a celebration of authentic Himalayan food and culture. The evening focuses on the unique, diverse cultures of the high Himalaya and trekking in the Everest Region of Nepal. Special guests include Passang Lamu Sherpa, of the youngest women to climb Mt. Everest and 1st woman to teach climbing in Nepal, Lama Lhoppon Rechung, Tibetan Lama-Monk, and Tenzin Dhongyal, President of Colorado Tibetans Organization.
6:00 Social: an excellent opportunity to mingle with local Sherpas, Nepalese and Tibetans -- including above mentioned special guests
6:30 Himalayan Buffet: Authentic, delicious, healthy Tibetan/Nepali food
7:00 Presentation: Overview of Nepalese, Tibetan and Sherpa Culture
7:30 Raffle: Win a Marmot sleeping bag & other giveaways
7:45 Guest speaker Tenzin Dhongyal, President of Colorado Tibetans Organization discussing “Perspective and Aspirations of Young Generation of Tibetans”
8:00 Lecture on Sherpa Culture by Kathleen Haggerty, the owner and president of Sherpa Journeys and an introduction to Tibetan Buddhism by special guest Lama Lhoppon Rechung of Tibet with artifacts from region.
9:00 You may stay as long as you like to visit and ask questions to our Himalayan friends about their culture and homeland until closing at 10pm.
$15 early registration (Pay on www.SherpaJourneys.com)
Or $20 at door
Includes dinner and soft drinks and chai (see next page for more info)
For more information, please call Kathleen at 303-469-1987
Buffet Dinner Includes: Chicken Curry, Biriyani (stir fried vegetables and rice) Saag (creamed spinach), Naan (flat bread), Tibetan noodles with vegetables, Dal (lentil soup) and kheer (rice pudding), and all you can drink chai (regular or decaf) or soft drinks. Juice and alcoholic beverages not included but may be ordered on a cash basis.
Sherpa Journeys, LLC. is a Colorado-based trekking company specializing in Nepal’s Everest Region. We support sustaining the Sherpa and other local cultures as well as tourism which is the lifeblood of Nepal. We guide with professionalism and responsibility and respect to the environment, the porters and local villagers. Our guides in Nepal have over 30 years of experience guiding in their homeland and are wonderful people to travel with since they love to show westerners the peaks and rivers and their unique way of life. There is something special about being surrounded by the majesty of the highest mountains in the world and being a part of their beautiful culture--even if only for a brief stay. This journey is truly a place to find your own, true spirit. We will unveil our fall trekking and retreat program in Nepal as well.
Tibet’s Restaurant opened October 2008 and is majority owned by Nepalese/Sherpas. The walls are filled with artifacts which are compliments of Tibet’s Gallery in Boulder. These articles are for sale and have price tags on them. Take Highway 36 to McCaslin Blvd and go North about ½ mile past Dillan Road on the left to 321 McCaslin Blvd. www.TibetsRestaurant.com. (303) 665-2557.