For our World Labyrinth Day event
this year, held on Saturday May 4, 2019 - I decided to go a bit early. I wanted to make sure we were ready, as Mayor Doug Black was coming to help launch our special "200 Labyrinth Walk for CP200
" event. I also did not know if I would have any volunteers to help with the set up. As I was driving, I said a silent prayer and trusted that I would have the help that I needed.
|I trusted that I would have the help that I needed.|
Once there, two women appeared around the corner of the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum
. It turned out they were coming to the walk, they were members of the Ottawa Labyrinth Guild, and they weren't quite sure why they arrived so early! They promptly asked me if there was anything they could do to help. Another very serendipitous moment at the Carleton Place Community Labyrinth.
|So thankful that I had help from humans (and cats) to set up for our WLD event.|
The photos from that day help to further tell the story. Thanks to Mayor Doug Black
for your ongoing support of the Carleton Place Community Labyrinth. And thanks to all who attended and walked with the over 5,000 people who walked labyrinths world-wide at that moment in time!
|Walking a labyrinth can help you to achieve a feeling of inner peace.|
|Mayor Doug Black cuts the ribbon to officially launch "200 Labyrinth Walks for CP 200"|
|Carleton Place Community Labyrinth is proud to participate in World Labyrinth Day, along with more than 5,000 other participants globally!|