Labyrinth Network celebrates 15 years in the square

labyrinth rainbowThe Church of the Holy Trinity celebrates with the Labyrinth Community Network (LCN) which reached a milestone of 15 years with a presence at Trinity Square Park and 18 years as a network.

The 2015 issue of the Labyrinth Community Network’s newsletter is now available on their website,

Their next event will be the Winter Solstice walk on Tuesday, December 22 at noon.

Each year the Labyrinth Community Network (LCN) produces a colourful, four-page newsletter. It also maintains an informative website at where there are current listings of well over 150 Ontario labyrinths.  Through the website, we field diverse questions about labyrinths and fulfill requests for help or information.  Facebook “likes” are growing exponentially.  LCN continues to host five Open Walks each year to mark the Solstice, the Equinox and World Labyrinth days.  The 2016 dates will be posted on their website early in January.



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