Autumn Equinox Labyrinth Walk

Please join the Labyrinth Community Network
for a group walk on the first day of Autumn

Friday, September 23
12:00 noon
Toronto Public Labyrinth
Trinity Square Park
(immediately west of the Eaton Centre and south of the Church of the Holy Trinity)

Medieval music will accompany us
Fully accessible
Braille Labyrinth on site

Free of charge
All are welcome!

Winter Solstice, Thursday, December 22 at noon


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