Pre-World Labyrinth Day Events

March 2022

Pre-WLD Virtual Workshops: Part 1

Saturday, March 26, 4:00–5:00 p.m. EDT (click to view in your time zone)

"Everything you need to know about WLD: How to plan and promote a WLD event"

Hosted by The Labyrinth Society on Zoom

Thinking of having a World Labyrinth Day event on Saturday, May 7th, or wanting to do something dedicated to WLD in educational settings on Friday, May 6th? We invite you to participate in a three-part miniseries of workshops designed to help you get ready for World Labyrinth Day 2022!

Join speakers from the labyrinth community to explore and inspire new and established ways to celebrate WLD in your community. Please register for each event separately.

April 2022

Celebration of Labyrinths in Higher Education

Friday, April 1

Does your campus have a labyrinth? Are you interested in creating a temporary labyrinth or sharing a canvas labyrinth with students, faculty, and staff? Over 200 colleges and universities around the world have a labyrinth on campus!

Is your higher education community aware of how labyrinths can provide space for personal, community, and global change? Rollins College and The Labyrinth Society invite you to celebrate the transformative power of the labyrinth experience on campuses worldwide.

Plan an event, learn what other campuses are doing, and connect with others in higher ed who are interested in labyrinths. Contact Frank Faine (Program Manager, Rollins College Labyrinth Project) for more information and resources to plan an event on your campus!

Pre-WLD Planning Session for Oceania and Asia

Saturday, April 9, 4:00–5:30 p.m. Australian Eastern Daylight Time (click to view in your time zone)

"Gearing up for World Labyrinth Day"

Hosted by Australian Labyrinth Network on Zoom

Thinking of organizing an event or wanting to do something special to celebrate World Labyrinth Day (May 7) or World Labyrinth Day in Educational Settings (May 6)? Not sure where to start, or how to? Needing inspiration? Already in the planning stages and willing to share ideas?

Let’s gather to explore together new and established ways for celebrating in your community! We’ll give you an overview of the four collaborating WLD organisations and what they have to offer, share resources and promotional materials, generate lots of ideas, provide how to’s and tips, and answer questions.

Join us! Be inspired! Connect with the global labyrinth community! We’re excited!

Pre-WLD Virtual Workshops: Part 2

Saturday, April 9, 7:00–8:00 p.m. EDT (click to view in your time zone)

"Designing the content and facilitation of your WLD walk: Come learn and share with your peers"

Hosted by Veriditas on Zoom

Thinking of having a World Labyrinth Day event on Saturday, May 7th, or wanting to do something dedicated to WLD in educational settings on Friday, May 6th? We invite you to participate in a three-part miniseries of workshops designed to help you get ready for World Labyrinth Day 2022!

Join speakers from the labyrinth community to explore and inspire new and established ways to celebrate WLD in your community. Please register for each event separately.

Online Handheld Finger Labyrinth Walk

Friday, April 22, 3:00–4:00 p.m. EDT (click to view in your time zone)

With theme of setting an intention led by Chris Katzenmeyer of Legacy Labyrinth Project and the second annual Big Connection project

Hosted by Veriditas on Zoom

Pre-WLD Virtual Workshops: Part 3

Saturday, April 30, 4:00–5:00 p.m. EDT (click to view in your time zone)

"The Second Annual Big Connection Global Research Project: Going Deeper"

Hosted by Legacy Labyrinth Project on Zoom

Thinking of having a World Labyrinth Day event on Saturday, May 7th, or wanting to do something dedicated to WLD in educational settings on Friday, May 6th? We invite you to participate in a three-part miniseries of workshops designed to help you get ready for World Labyrinth Day 2022!

Join speakers from the labyrinth community to explore and inspire new and established ways to celebrate WLD in your community. Please register for each event separately.