Elizabeth and Beau drove out from Lloydminster to pick up the Cloth Labyrinth. Elizabeth led a Spring Walk at the Peace Labyrinth on Zuckerberg Island in Castlegar, BC.
The Cloth Labyrinth was initially created as a fundraising tool prior to the building of Lakeside Labyrinth. It was stenciled and hand-painted by volunteer members of the Nelson Community Labyrinth Group. When our dear friend Joan Alexander informed us that there are no labyrinths where she is currently residing, we decided to gift her with the Cloth Labyrinth. It was packed up, making its way to a new home where it will be lovingly cared for.
We are delighted that our Labyrinth will now have a permanent residence with Joan, Elizabeth, and Beau, for use in their workshops and walks.
For more photos of the Cloth Labyrinth, now known as Peace Labyrinth, click here
Below are some photos of Joan's first workshop with a youth group in Lloydminster, Alberta/Saskatchewan.
The nearby Bocce courts were removed to make space for new basketball courts adjacent to the Labyrinth.
We were not able to host a Walk this year, however, those who chose to go down the Labyrinth to celebrate the change of season enjoyed a mild day free of snow.
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