Celebrate World Labyrinth Day in Estero
The Happehatchee Center, in Estero, will celebrate World Labyrinth Day in conjunction with labyrinth walkers all over the planet, beginning at 12:30 p.m., May 6. Following a presentation about labyrinth history and utilization in the Peace Pavilion, guests will participate in a labyrinth meditative walk, a closing ceremony, and then enjoy the center’s own herbal grounding tea.
Last year, the Happehatchee Center joined with the World Labyrinth Society for more than 200 events in 24 countries. Participants will also gain tips on drawing or building a simple labyrinth. The purpose of this international event is to facilitate group walks at public labyrinth, engage the community and amplify collective spiritual energy.
World Labyrinth Day introduces thousands of people to this ancient, meditative tool by organizing lectures, workshops, tours, book readings, art exhibitions and the construction of temporary or permanent labyrinths.
Admission is free; donations are welcome. Location: 8791 Corkscrew Rd. For more information, call 860-670-3681 or 239-992-5455, email [email protected] or visit Happehatchee.org and LabyrinthSociety.org.