Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Light up the Labyrinth - a Collaborative Event!

We asked for your help - and you listened!  We are a small committee and asked for help this year to Light up the Labyrinth starting at 6 PM.  Another challenge presented itself - when the temperature dropped and we had to make sure to dress warmly.  Despite everything it turned out to be a wonderful evening. We couldn't have done it without your support.  The photos and comments below help to tell the story!  A special thanks to our photographers: Robert McDonald and Veena Balsawer.

View of the labyrinth luminaries being set up - through the trees.

Many hands make setting up the 600 luminaries effortless.
"What a lovely evening!  It was the first time my friend Judy had been to a labyrinth at all and she liked it a lot.  It was fun with all the kids...a great family and community time."
The enthusiasm of the children helping was contagious!

"The event was wonderful... I loved how the community all pitched in to help. Very special."

Our strolling minstrel musician, Kerron Lamb, added to the spirit of the evening.

"I especially enjoyed the singer/guitarist and the digery doo player as added ambiance."
At dusk the glowing luminaries lit the path.
"The luminarias were gorgeous and the kids had a lot of fun."
Kids often start joyfully running upon entering the labyrinth.
Some jugglers joined in the happy celebration of light!
So thankful to all who attended our Light Up the Labyrinth event to celebrate light, harvest, gratitude, peace and joy.


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