May 2nd is the 12th anniversary of World Labyrinth Day. Join Rev. Suzelle Lynch for one or more in-person, socially-distanced outdoor labyrinth experiences – or via Facebook Live.
9 am — Mt. Mary University Labyrinth located next to the fieldhouse off the 92nd St. parking lot.
10:15 am — Hartung Park Labyrinth located 0.2 miles SE of the corner of Menomonee River Parkway and W. Keefe Ave (wheelchair-accessible) in Wauwatosa.
11:30 am — UU Church West Labyrinth 13001 W. North Ave, Brookfield (located on UUCW east property)
12 noon – Finger-labyrinth walk (online only)
RSVP suggested for in-person walks. Children welcome with parents. Teens welcome.
NOTE: We do not have these labyrinths reserved; others may be present with us. It’s all part of the experience!
The labyrinth is a pattern, often circular, that is walked or traced as a meditative or spiritual practice. Labyrinths are both ancient and modern –present on every continent across the globe. The Labyrinth Society, an international organization, created World Labyrinth Day as a celebration of the labyrinth’s peaceful possibilities. Image by Lars Howlett. More about labyrinths. Locate more labyrinths near you and around the world.