Pre-World Labyrinth Day Events

These free pre-WLD workshops encourage and empower you to create your own local events. Each workshop will be offered at two different times to facilitate global participation.

Please share and invite your friends!

January 2023

WLD Exploration & Inspiration: Celebrating WLD in Educational Settings (WLDES)

a pre-World Labyrinth Day virtual workshop hosted by the Australian Labyrinth Network on Zoom

Saturday, January 21:

Are you thinking of organizing an event or wanting to do something special to celebrate World Labyrinth Day in Educational Settings on Friday May 5th?

Not sure where to start, or how to? Needing inspiration? Already in the planning stages and willing to share ideas?

Let’s gather together to explore new and established ways for celebrating. We’ll give you an overview of the four collaborating World Labyrinth Day organisations (TLS, LLP, Veriditas & ALN) 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!   

February 2023

The Big Connection 3.0: Researching the Model of Labyrinth Activism

a pre-World Labyrinth Day virtual workshop hosted by Legacy Labyrinth Project on Zoom

Saturday, February 18

Are you concerned about what you can do to make an impact in the world today? Through the results we have from Big Connection 1.0 and 2.0 we can share that there are most definitely impacts being made when walking collectively with intention. Big Connection 3.0 will allow us to go even deeper into understanding these impacts.

Learn more about participating in the Big Connection 3.0.

Legacy Labyrinth Project is also hosting an event at Grace Cathedral on World Labyrinth Day. More information will be posted on our website as we get closer to World Labyrinth Day.

March 2023

Welcoming Diverse Communities to World Labyrinth Day 2023

a pre-World Labyrinth Day virtual workshop hosted by The Labyrinth Society on Zoom

Saturday, March 4

A curated panel of special guests will help us explore ways to include and attract new groups and communities in our labyrinth events. Through a panel discussion, breakout rooms, and open mic Q&A discover ways to communicate, prepare and customize community walks for all.

April 2023

Higher Education Panel Discussion: Ways to Celebrate World Labyrinth Day on College & University Campuses

a pre-World Labyrinth Day virtual workshop hosted by Veriditas and The Labyrinth Society on Zoom

Monday, April 3

We know that Saturday, May 6 (World Labyrinth Day 2023) may be an inconvenient time for higher education institutions to hold a celebration of labyrinths given that the year is winding down. So we've gathered a panel of labyrinth facilitators who will speak to the many ways to celebrate World Labyrinth Day the week before or even throughout the school year. Panelists will address handheld labyrinth walks, construction of temporary labyrinths, library displays, and more. They will share ways they have offered the labyrinth as a resource to busy students. Resources will be provided. A joint program of Veriditas and The Labyrinth Society. 

Join us for this free offering: 9:00 am Pacific/12 noon Eastern on April 3. Registration required. (If you are not able to make the webinar time, register anyway and you'll be sent the recording.)

Facilitating from the Heart

a pre-World Labyrinth Day virtual workshop hosted by Veriditas on Zoom

Saturday, April 15

Come hear several seasoned labyrinth facilitators discuss what makes a facilitated labyrinth walk full of heart. Then, join in sharing circles (or break out groups) with other facilitators to share your ideas about holding a walk that opens the heart. Facilitated World Labyrinth Day walks whether in-person or on-line will be the focus.  Led by Dawn Matheny, Judith Tripp, and Lars Howlett.

Online Handheld Finger Labyrinth Walk

Hosted by Veriditas on Zoom

With theme of compassion led by Chris Katzenmeyer of Legacy Labyrinth Project and the third annual Big Connection project.