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Each year at Wat Buddharangsri has provided many events including religious and cultural heritage of Thailand.The event was held with cooperation from Committee of the temple, Thai-American Association, as well as all volunteers to disseminate knowledge of Thai culture and custom.

Wat Buddharangsri 36th Anniversary Ceremony

Sunday, June 24, 2018.
10:00 AM To 03:00 PM
Wat Buddharangsri of Miami (Buddhist Temple) was incorporated as a non-profit 501(c) (3) religious organization on August 25, 1982. On August 7, 1986, we bought a house with 5 acres of land at 15200 SW 240 St, Miami, FL 33032 where we are currentl...
Wat Buddharangsri 36th Anniversary Ceremony

2018 Asalahapuja & Khao Phansa Day

Sunday, July 22, 2018.
10:00 AM To 03:00 AM
Asalahapuja Day is considered to be one of the most significant Buddhist holy days. It falls on the full moon day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar year, generally in July. It is the day that Buddha delivered his first sermon, known as “D...
2018 Asalahapuja & Khao Phansa Day

2018 H.M. Queen Sirikit Birthday | Thai Mother Day

Sunday, August 12, 2018.
10:00 AM To 03:00 AM
August 12, 2018 is Her Majesty Queen Sirikit 85th birthday. On this very special occasion, Thai people throughout the world will celebrate Her Majesty’s birthday and wish Her Majesty happiness and long life. Her Majesty’s birthday is also known as...
2018 H.M. Queen Sirikit Birthday | Thai Mother Day

2018 Sart Thai Day Ceremony

Sunday, September 09, 2018.
09:30 AM To 03:00 PM
The Thai Sart Day refers to merit-making activities for our deceased relatives and loved ones in the middle of the traditional Thai year usually sometime during September. People are making Krayasart from rice, bean, sesame and sugar cooked int...
2018 Sart Thai Day Ceremony

2018 Oak Phansa Ceremony & Tak Bat Thewo Festival

Sunday, October 21, 2018.
10:00 AM To 03:00 PM
After the annual three-month period of Buddhist Lent, Oak Phansa is the last day of the retreat. After Oak Phansa day, monks are free to travel and leave from one temple to another temple. "Tak-bat-thewo" means "offering food to Buddhist monks"...
2018 Oak Phansa Ceremony & Tak Bat Thewo Festival

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