World Labyrinth Day in Educational Settings: Friday, May 6
World Labyrinth Day: Saturday, May 7
Many ways to participate!
Local community celebrations, individual walks, and online events
Worldwide connections, livestreaming, posts, photos, and videos
The second annual Big Connection global humanity research project
Events and activities within families and educational communities
Join thousands of people around the world in this moving meditation for world peace and celebration of the labyrinth experience!
Walk as One at 1
On this 14th annual World Labyrinth Day, many will walk a labyrinth at 1:00 p.m. local time to help create a rolling wave of peaceful energy passing from one time zone to the next around the globe.
Walk alone or with others observing all applicable health protocols. Build a permanent or temporary labyrinth. Use a finger labyrinth. Create labyrinth art. There are so many ways to participate!
Pre-World Labyrinth Day Events
Pre-WLD Virtual Workshops three-part series hosted by The Labyrinth Society, Veriditas, and Legacy Labyrinth Project
Pre-World Labyrinth Day Planning Session hosted by Australian Labyrinth Network
A Celebration of Labyrinths in Higher Education
Hand/Finger Labyrinth Meditation led by Chris Katzenmeyer (hosted by Veriditas)
See our Pre-WLD Day Events page for details.
World Labyrinth Day in Educational Settings
This extension of WLD, added in 2019, encourages schools and other educational communities to participate on the Friday before WLD: May 6 this year. The Australian Labyrinth Network provides an extensive collection of tools, resources, and activities for educators and parents anywhere to use.
The 2nd Annual Big Connection: You Can Participate in Research!
Legacy Labyrinth Project and Dr. Jocelyn McGee of Baylor's Garland School of Social Work, will be conducting a second global humanity research project, “The 2nd Annual Big Connection,” utilizing the labyrinth on World Labyrinth Day. You are invited to participate! Registration is FREE and participation is FREE.