Friday, December 14, 2012
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Friday, April 20, 2012
Walk as One at One
Saturday, May 5th
12:30 to 1:30
Chico Community Labyrinth
Worldwide Labyrinth Day is a global event that brings people from all over the planet together in celebration of the labyrinth as a symbol of healing, unity, wholeness. As a part of the celebration, communities around the world are walking a labyrinth at 1 pm in their time zone to create a rolling wave of walking for peace as the world turns.
Bring a friend and join in songs for peace with members from "Doin' It Justice choir beginning at 12:30.
The Chico Labyrinth is located downtown in Children's Playground at 206 W. 1st St.
Monday, November 14, 2011
The dedication of the Chico Community Labyrinth was attended by more than 100 members of our community on Friday, November 11th. The labyrinth offers a place to slow down in the midst of our busy daily lives to find inner peace, calmness and insight.
The donor recognition bricks surrounding the labyrinth are engraved with inspirational quotes, remembrance of loved ones, along with names of individuals, businesses, and organizations who contributed to the project. The labyrinth is adorned with five mosaic pedestal benches, providing a place to sit in reflection.
The labyrinth is a beautiful addition to our community and will be placed on the worldwide labyrinth locator as an additional attraction for tourists.
Friday, November 4, 2011
Members of the community are invited to attend a celebration of the completion of Chico's first permanent public labyrinth at downtown Children's Playground. The dedication of the Chico Community Labyrinth will begin at 11:00am, followed by an opportunity to walk the labyrinth. Please join us in commemorating this landmark funded and built by our community members.
Sunday, October 30, 2011
During the past week, we have poured a concrete border and five bench pads around the labyrinth. We have installed the donor bricks, completed the paver pathway entrance and sealed the completed labyrinth with a polymer sand.
The labyrinth is truly work of art and will serve as a place for our community to come together in celebrations, memorials, healings, school field trips, and much more. It will be placed on the worldwide labyrinth locator and offer another attraction to tourists who visit our community.
We will be announcing the date of our dedication soon and invite the public to join us in celebrating this landmark for our community.