World Labyrinth Day Events

USA: New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT)

World Labyrinth Day Walk for Peace (Berlin, MA)

Arrive at 1 p.m. and receive a ribbon for receiving your intention for your walking meditation. Join a group of other walkers sending the same intention for Peace around the world. Take the ribbon home with you and walk with it on other labyrinths. Take seeds home to plant and keep the energy of Peace moving through the soil for the rest of the season and beyond.

Location: Mosaic Commons, 22 Village Lane, Berlin MA 01503

Registration is required.

Saturday, May 7

1-3:00 p.m. EDT


Hosted by Karen Szklany

Walk as One at 1 p.m. (White River Junction, VT)

Please feel welcome to arrive at noon for a light, wild edible lunch and herbal tea served outdoors. Elisabeth will introduce the labyrinth to newcomers and Hannah will teach and lead song as we prepare to Walk as One at 1pm. Directly after the walk is complete a sharing circle will be offered or folks are welcome to explore the land to integrate.

The once eleven circuit medieval labyrinth has transformed into a seven circuit medieval - for a more generous path in the pandemic mode. It is barefoot friendly and clear but the organic plane of the forest floor. The labytinth can be reached through the north side of Ratcliffe Park (a good place to park) or by walking down from 149 Latham Works Lane east toward the river.

Please reach out in advance for more information and so we know to greet you.

Location: Hazelwood Forest 149 Latham Works Lane, White River Junction, VT (next to Ratcliffe Park)

Registration is required.

Saturday, May 7

12-2:00 p.m. EDT


Hosted by The Center for Transformational Practice

2022 Petals in the Pines Labyrinth Season Opening (Canterbury, NH)

Come explore two unique woodland labyrinths! "Love and Grace," perched high above a brook and quiet pool, is a modified 7-circuit Chartres-type medieval contemplative labyrinth, with a forest peat path lined with pasture stones, and custom designed with separate entrance and exit. "Peace," located in our shady hemlock grove, offers an activity space for quiet family-friendly focusing. Listening to the sounds of water, wind, or birdcalls, while slowly walking the labyrinth’s path among the trees, provides a soothing and comfortable break for kids and caretakers, all while heightening a sense of wonder. Admission by donation ($5.00 suggested); NO pets please.

Location: 126 Baptist Road, Canterbury, NH 03224

Registration is required.

Saturday, May 7

9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. EDT


Hosted by Petals in the Pines

World Labyrinth Day Walk (North Chittenden, VT)

We will walk our labyrinth together at !:00, Saturday, May 7, 2022

Location: 124 West Road, North Chittenden, VT

Registration is not required.

Saturday, May 7

1-1:30 p.m. EDT


Hosted by Ellen and John Bodin

World Labyrinth Day Walk (Belfast, Maine)

"Walk as One at 1" at Quimby Labyrinth, Belfast Common

Maine-based labyrinth designer and researcher Yadina Clark will be available to facilitate our local event and answer questions about labyrinths, World Labyrinth Day, and The Labyrinth Society.

Phineas Parkhurst Quimby Labyrinth

In 2016, the Belfast City Council unanimously approved the establishment of a 30-foot diameter, ADA-accessible paved labyrinth on Belfast Common, the park overlooking Belfast Harbor and Penobscot Bay, a project that was proposed by the Friends of Belfast Parks.

Registration is not required.

Saturday, May 7

1:00 p.m. EDT


Hosted by Labyrinths of New England