The Labyrinth Society's 18th annual gathering will be at St. Paul's November 10-12 with pre- and post-gathering events. The theme for this public conference will be "Diverse Journeys on a Common Path: Building Community through the Labyrinth."
Gather with labyrinth enthusiasts and experts from around the world to learn, share, and celebrate labyrinths. The Annual Gathering includes featured speakers, workshops, sales of labyrinth-related products, a silent auction, and a wide variery of Labyrinths for walking, including St. Paul's outdoor labyrinth on the Bankston Green and indoor labyrinth on the floor of St. Paul's Activity Center.
Featured speakers will be Debi and Marty Kermeen, master stone artistic team and builders of St. Paul's outdoor labyrinth, and Reginald Adams, Houston public artist and community builder.
Workshops will include
- Integrating Labyrinths on the Autism Spectrum
- Promoting Labyrinth Use of Diverse Groups
- Labyrinths Online: Pathways beyond Borders
- Sacred Symphony: Suls on a Journey of Synchronicity
- Making Peace with Our War Path
- Meeting Millennials on the Path
Pre- and post-gathering events will include
- Learning how to create temporary labyrinths for community events with Lars Howlett
- Touring Houston labyrinths with local artist Sarah Gish
- Visiting Galveston to see one of Marty Kermeen's famous terrazzo labyrinths in its newly relocated home and creating sand labyrinths on the beach.
For more information or to register, please see www.labyrinthsociety.org/annual-gathering.