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World Labyrinth Day 2015 Jane’s Walk Toronto – Kate Watanabe

The First Saturday in May is World Labyrinth Day. First Weekend in May is Jane’s Walk Festival. Put them together, mix in Toronto City of Labyrinths Project, and ta da! Toronto City of Labyrinths World Labyrinth Day Jane’s Walk 2015! Kate Watanabe, Jane’s Walk City Organizer for Toronto, joined the walk. Kate instagrammed this video […]

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