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World Labyrinth Day: Connections 2021

  • World Labyrinth Day in Schools: Friday, April 30

  • World Labyrinth Day: Saturday, May 1

Every year on the first Saturday in May thousands of people around the globe participate in World Labyrinth Day as a moving meditation for world peace and celebration of the labyrinth experience. Many “Walk as One at 1” local time to create a rolling wave of peaceful energy passing from one time zone to the next, and there are additional ways to participate:

  • Local community celebrations, individual walks, and online events

  • Worldwide connections, livestreaming, posts, photos, and videos

  • The Big Connection global humanity research project

  • School communities and families

World Labyrinth Day in an international annual event founded by The Labyrinth Society (TLS) in 2009. World Labyrinth Day in Schools was initiated by the Australian Labyrinth Network (ALN) in 2019 in collaboration with TLS. This year, TLS and ALN are also partnering with Veriditas and Legacy Labyrinth Project to bring together engaging events, labyrinth-based research, helpful resources, and a vibrant new website dedicated to World Labyrinth Day.

Visit for more information, resources, and ways to participate.

WLD Press Release (PDF)

TLS WLD 2021 Press Release.pdf

Big Connection Flyer (PDF)


WLD in Schools Flyer (PDF)

WLD in Schools 2021 flyer.pdf

WLDS Zoom Finger Labyrinth Walks (PDF)

WLDS 2021 Zoom finger labyrinth walk FLYER.pdf

Local Event Flyer

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WLD Bags, Mugs, and More on CafePress

Print on demand items available at The Labyrinth Society's CafePress shop. More items coming soon, and if there are specific items you would like to request, please let us know by contacting the World Labyrinth Day Coordinator.