Celebrate World Labyrinth Day on Saturday, May 7, and join people all over the globe using this wonderful tool to walk for your special intention.
In the Washington DC metro area, you can enjoy a self-guided labyrinth tour sponsored by Living Labyrinths for Peace, (703) 217-6706, an organization that unites Art and Science, Technology and Nature with Spirit for Labyrinth Creations and Education that lead the way from Inner Peace to World Peace.
Check out these local labyrinths:
“Dance of the Labyrinth”: Art/technology labyrinth with computer programmed light boxes on which to walk. Hours: 10 am – 5 pm. Living Labyrinths for Peace Center: 57 N St. NW 20001 near North Capitol and New York Avenues. Enter from First Street NW. Ring doorbell or contact: Sandra Wasko-Flood, (703) 217-6706
St. Thomas’ Parish (Episcopal): Permanent outdoor labyrinth. Open daylight hours. 1772 Church St. NW, Washington DC, (Between P and Q on 18th St. near Dupont Circle): Contact Deborah Greenbush, (202) 332-0607
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church: Open during daylight hours. Outdoor Breamore-style labyrinth created with turf and pavers. 6030 Grosvenor Lane, Bethesda 20815. Contact: (301) 531-1800
Brookside Gardens: Outdoor labyrinth. Open sunrise to sunset. 1800 Glenallen Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20902-1369, Contact Michael Clarridge at Serenity Space, (301) 526-9023. Group Walk: 1 pm-2:30 pm