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South Tampa religion events calendar

Quaker meeting: The Religious Society of Friends meets at 10 a.m. Sundays, 1502 W Sligh Ave. Call (813) 253-3244.

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Intro to Buddhism: Katsel Dharma Center is teaching a free introduction to Buddhism at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the center, 4822 Limerick Drive. Tea will be served. Call (813) 436-9920.

Class on the Koran: Children 5 to 16 are taught how to read and memorize the Koran in accordance with tradition during "Dar ul Uloom," 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. every Monday to Thursday at the Islamic Society of Tampa Bay Area, 7326 E Sligh Ave. Cost is $50 a month. Registration is open. Call (813) 628-0007 or visit istaba.org.

Meditation class: American Buddhist monk Kelsang Chokyan hosts "Viewing Others as Supreme." The class is an introduction to meditation from the Kadampa Buddhist tradition. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Angel Heart New Age Gifts, 3401 Henderson Blvd., No. H. Suggested donation is $10, or $5 for students or those with limited income. Call (727) 797-9770.

Spiritual retreat: The Franciscan Center presents a Conscious Contact Mini-Retreat titled "Living in the Light," 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 2 at 3010 Perry Ave. The event focuses on "letting in the light" and includes a talk, reflection time, dinner and prayer. For anyone interested in 12-step spirituality. Overnight accommodations available. The cost is $25. Register by Nov. 27. Call (813) 229-2695.

Call for submissions: The Tampa Bay Jewish Film Festival is accepting submissions for its festival in March 2010. Submissions should celebrate Jewish culture and reflect the diversity and richness of the Jewish experience. Submission deadline is Nov. 27. To submit, or for more information, visit tbjff.org or call (813) 769-4703.

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South Tampa religion events calendar 11/19/09 [Last modified: Thursday, November 19, 2009 3:30am]
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