Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Harvest Lanterns Will Light the Labyrinth

Saturday September 25th in Carleton Place

A parade of candlelit lanterns will illuminate the way for the second annual "Harvest Lantern Labyrinth Walk" on Saturday September 25th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm., at the Victoria School Museum on 267 Edmund Street in Carleton Place.
Make your own Lantern and Bring it to the Harvest Lantern Walk!
The Labyrinth Committee (TLC) invites you to join the second annual labyrinth walk celebrating the beginning of autumn-- the seventh in a series of public walks that have taken place since the Carleton Place Community Labyrinth was first created on the museum grounds in July 2008.

The Harvest Lantern Labyrinth Walk was a big hit last year, as families from across the region brought along their festive lanterns and more than a hundred participants enjoyed a walk to celebrate the bounty of autumn. Along with a candlelit path lit by hundreds of luminaries this year, expect to find a roaring bonfire, music, and free refreshments - all chosen for the harvest theme!

"Public walks such as these also bring community awareness to the beauty and simplicity of walking a labyrinth." says TLC chairperson Debby Lytle.

Bring along a chair, and a lantern and join us as we celebrate harvest-time with a candlelit lantern walk along the path of the grass labyrinth!

And don't forget to sign up for the Free Workshop: Learn to Make Your Very Own Harvest Lantern on Saturday September 18th.  To register contact Heather at: 613-257-7604!

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