World Labyrinth Day! near the Vietnam Memorial Saturday, May 4th
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Free, all are welcome!
Since ancient times, cultures throughout history have used labyrinths to find inner peace, receive guidance about important decisions, and communicate with higher dimensions. Today labyrinths are experiencing a renaissance that is prompting interest among a broad spectrum of people, from school-children to scholars.
Join Mayan Ac Tah to build and walk the Mirror of Orion and Skywalker Labyrinth with others in the worldwide Labyrinths for Peace walk. You're welcome to bring an unopened bottle of drinking water, and a potted plant to be activated and taken home to be planted. You can also bring along indigenous instruments (drums, rattles, didgeridoos, crystal bowls, etc.) You can also read more here.
1:00pm - Main Ceremony: People worldwide Walk Labyrinths for Peace
Near the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
20th and Constitution Ave, NW
Metro: Foggy Bottom, walk south on 23rd St, turn left on Constitution. Site is across from the Federal Reserve building.