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Labyrinths Open at Ebenezer Farm, 85 N. Harvey Rd. in Blaine, Sundays 12-5pm.
Open house format, come and walk on the farm any Sunday afternoon.
Featuring two labyrinths by Laughing Flower Labyrinth Co. and one by moderndaedulus.com.
 

Read about our Past Events

Kale House Bed & Breakfast 15th Anniversary Celebration

labyrinth society annual gathering
This temporary rose and birdseed labyrinth was constructed for Kale House Bed & Breakfast's 15th Anniversary Celebration. Kale House is located in Everson, WA; their website is located at www.kalehouse.net. The labyrinth was built by The Laughing Flower/Myra Ryneheart with help from Logan Smith and Cori Litorja, one of the innkeepers of the B&B. It was placed in a lovely meadow under a majestic willow tree surrounded by the B&B's gorgeous flowerbeds. Those who walked the labyrinth over the weekend reflected that they felt "blessed," "grateful," "peaceful," "joyful" and "refreshed."

Lenten "Stations of the Cross" Labyrinth Walk

Frosted morning labyrinth
This portable 11-circuit Chartres labyrinth was shared during a Lenten labyrinth walk held in the gym at The Church of the Assumption in Bellingham, WA. 

Faith Community Nurse/Health Minister Basic Preparation Course, Peacehealth St. Joseph Medical Center

Healing labyrinth
This temporary double spiral labyrinth was created using blue painter's tape on carpet. It was constructed as part of a Powerpoint presentation titled "The Labyrinth: History and Use as a Spiritual Practice and Tool for Parish Nurse Ministry." The presentation was given at Peacehealth St. Joseph Medical Center in Bellingham, WA in April 2010 and September 2010 and again in April 2011 and October 2011. School supplies, cans of food, and candles were placed on the tape as examples of the many ways labyrinths can be utilized to provide multiple levels of meaning and metaphor in the prayer life of a faith community.