photo by Dyana Crummet

photo by Dyana Crummet

There will be two memorials to honor the life of our dear friend Jenneth Webster held here in NYC on August 1st and on August 10th. 2014. 

Jenneth Webster was one of Khyongla Rinpoche's first students in New York City and one of the first members of Kunkhyab Thardo Ling -- The Tibet Center.  She was a great friend to the Center and included us in several Asian fairs at Lincoln Center which helped us pay the rent.  She introduced us to many people who didn't know there were Tibetans or a Tibetan organization in the City.  

As Associate  Director, Programming of Lincoln Center Out Of Doors for almost 30 years, Jenneth offered hundreds of performing artists from countries and traditions throughout the world free programs before thousands of people. 

The first of two memorials, Lincoln Center is honoring Jenneth in a free public memorial on August 1 at 4:30 pm outdoors to the right of the Metropolitan Opera House featuring some of the artists who worked with her, as well as speakers.  When the event ends at 7:00 pm you are invited to go to the left of the Met where  Lincoln Center Out Of Doors will present many other artists.

And the second memorial for Jenneth ...

Praise Her Spirit

Celebrate the Life of Jenneth Webster

August 10, 2014, 4pm to 7pm

El Jardin del Paraiso Community Garden and Park

Enter East 4th Street, between Avenue C and D, adjacent to 309 East 4th Street.

Please join us as for a gathering to honor the life of Jenneth Webster, who left the planet on April 10, 2014.   We celebrate the life and work of our extraordinary friend - producer, spiritual being, and Tibetan Buddhism practioner - with informal offerings of food, words, music and dance.

The event is a picnic /Pot luck and we welcome you to bring food, drink (non-alcohol) and memories to share.  

Please contact Bonnie Stein with any questions, with performance or offering ideas, or if you need more detailed directions.

With love and care,

Charles Allcroft, Bonnie Stein, Claudia Norman