Corvallis, OR was the venue for a very beautifully organized occasion for World Labyrinth Day, diligently made possible by the brilliantly talented labyrinth artist Tracy McMerrit.

World Labyrinth Day encourages folks around the world to walk as one at one (1pm) in their local timezone, for which Tracy and members of the Liminal Space Society pull out all the stops year on year.

A massive mown Man-in-the-Maze labyrinth was walked by many, alongside the LAA labyrinth and others, marking out a lush meadow beside the Williamette River.

An earlier appearance of the labyrinth at the Corvallis Farmers’ Market attracted upward of 200 excited walkers, including a large contingent of smaller people, who danced, skipped, piggy-backed and meticulously walked their way around the big green mat. A big thanks to Tracy and Sandra Walden, my exceptional host, for making this happen.

(World Labyrinth Day, to which this post relates, was on 4th May).

 

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