Posts tagged ‘outdoor labyrinth’

April 9, 2015

Join me to create a labyrinth

Labyrinth Workshops

Create a temporary outdoor labyrinth on East side of church

Sat. April 25 2-5pm meet in Lindsey-Priestley, Hewett Centre

Learn about labyrinth walking as meditation and walk our labyrinth

Wed. April 29 7-9pm – meet in Lindsey-Priestley, Hewett Centre

come to one or both – DONATIONS to cover COSTS appreciated

Mary Bennett has been interested in labyrinths for nearly 20 years, has done workshops and paintings of labyrinths. For several years, she with a small group created a temporary labyrinth at the church – this initiative is to invite others to join us to do so.

Registration through office at 604-261-7204 or to mary@marybennett.net is appreciated.

Sponsored by the

Adult Religious Education Committee

of the Unitarian Church of Vancouver

949 West 49th Avenue at Oak, Vancouver BC 604-261-7204

www.vancouverunitarians.ca

Join us Sundays for worship at 11am, forum at 12:30.

Many other events are open to all.

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June 10, 2011

Ephemeral Labyrinth Day 2

I added rhododendron blooms around the outside circle and yucca leaves as spikes to embellish.

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From June 2011 – 949 West 49th Avenue – east side of Unitarian Church

June 8, 2011

Ephemeral Labyrinth

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Oh, it’s lovely to have an idea – you could even call it a vision – and have friends’ support for realizing it.

In past years, some of us have used spray cans of chalk (like used for sports meets) to paint a temporary labyrinth. From hanging out with some community environmental artists, I had this idea of using clippings from the property to “paint” the labyrinth.

The rhododenrom flowers were past their prime but make a lovely centrepiece. We’re going to try to keep it “alive” by adding material every few days. I’ll post photos as it changes.

from June, 2011

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