Malas on a Mission is a partnership between Marilyn Schlossbach, Executive Chef, Environmentalist, Community Activist and Krista Lynn, Jewelry Designer and Spiritual Workshop Facilitator. Going on our 5th year, our Mission is giving the gift of good intention to people as well as local charities.
Mala Beads have been used for centuries as prayer beads in many cultures. Commonly strung with 108 beads, they serve as meditative talismans with each bead representing a repetition of a mantra or intention. Mala Beads are often worn as a protection against evil spirits, to purify ones mind, body and words and to simply remind you of your personal and spiritual intentions.
Join us for a night of creative beading, inspiration, ocean views, amazing food and drinks led by Krista Lynn of www.kristalynndesigns.com. You will learn about the charity of the night, the Mala Necklace, and tap into your creativity making yourself the gift of good intention. Truly is a wonderful night of Community and Giving Back. You will leave with your very own Mala Necklace to simply use for wear or prayer.
Event starts promptly at 6:30pm. We ask that you arrive between 6-6:15pm to gather your supplies.
Event is open to 35 attendees.
Cost: $40/pp wood bead kit or $60/pp - semi precious stone kit - (The semi precious upgrade can be purchased the night of. Please bring $20 in cash).
Light Fare and Drinks will be served.
A % of ticket proceeds will be donated to The Brodie Fund..
For additional information or any questions, please contact Krista Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-203-7893.
Find out more about the organization....www.thebrodiefund.org
When you donate to The Brodie Fund you will be helping a pet who has been diagnosed with cancer. Radiation, chemotherapy, surgery and hospice care become possible through grants to families in need of financial assistance. The Brodie Fund knows that they are not just pets, but they are family.
The Brodie Fund is a registered 501c3.