May 29 - 31, 2021

plus virtual programs throughout the year
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Three day camp from 7p.m.- 9p.m. US EDT.

Each day, there will be 2 sessions you can choose from (Adult English Session/Youth English Session) and then followed by a special Dharma Session for all.

*Please check-in 10 minutes prior to the event.


Dharma Masters from around the world will be joining us to lead our sessions. Click here to see our speakers: 

There will be a special 45 minutes cooking class on Monday May 31,2021 @ 6p.m. US EDT. 

All are welcomed! Please register to receive more information. Deadline: May 23, 2021

Buddhism in Modern Life

WWGYD: “What Would Guan Yin do?” is Georgia Buddhist Summer Camp's weekly virtual session with Bhikshu Jin He from Berkeley Buddhist Monastery (a branch of Dharma Realm Buddhist Association) in California. We welcome you to join this weekly session for adults to discuss ways of interpreting the Dharma to a modern & relevant perspective, as we identify principles from culture, tradition and popular opinion. Starting March 2021, we will use the 6th Patriarch Sutra to see how the Dharma plays a role in our daily lives. Suitable for beginners and advanced practitioners alike. 


Weekly Virtual Session with Bhikshu Jin He

Every Fridays at 8:00 PM Eastern Time


All welcome to join us on Zoom:


Meeting ID: 829 0886 4838

Password: 777456

The Sixth Patriarch Sutra Text Book for this class:

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College Interview Q&A

We've invited senior interviewers from the Harvard Club of Georgia to talk to us about college admissions and the interview process.

Join us on this special event.

Stay tuned for the next event in early 2021!

THANK YOU for attending our virtual 2020 summer camp. Get updates for next year's camp: Register here!

Plus, check out our friends at

Don't forget to continue practicing Buddhism at home. Here are some resources:

Georgia Buddhist Summer Camp and will host our 8th summer camp on May 28-31, 2021! Individual adults & families with children are all welcome for guided meditation, stories, hiking, camp-fire, and other fun activities in the natural retreat setting of Hard Labor Creek State Park, about one hour from Atlanta. We are a non-profit, non-sectarian organization dedicated to cultivating the path of compassion and wisdom of the Buddha's teachings.