Spokane Buddhist Temple next stop for Meet The Neighbors

Spokane Buddhist Temple/File Photo
Spokane Buddhist Temple/File Photo

The Spokane Interfaith Council will conclude its 2016 Meet The Neighbors tour on Saturday with a visit to the Spokane Buddhist Temple, 927 S. Perry St.

Meet The Neighbors has been an ongoing tour of  Spokane’s religious landscape where the community is invited to visit a local house of worship in order to, “Help build a more inclusive, pluralistic community.”

Saturday’s event will be from 2-4 p.m.

The event is free, though donations are encouraged.

Meet the Neighbors will start up again in 2017, possibly a visit to Sravasti Abbey.

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