“Today is World Labyrinth Day 🍥 Come and Walk the Labyrinth” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – False Creek Seawall – Habitat Island – Olympic Village

When I first built my Vancouver Public Labyrinth,

I intentionally named it as such with a number of aspirations in doing so.

Today, one of those aspirations has been realized.

The Public has taken ownership of hosting an event at the Vancouver Public Labyrinth on World Labyrinth Day.

That Public being The Schoolless Olympic Village.

They have on occasion made use of the Vancouver Public Labyrinth as an outdoor open-air classroom.

You can see they made the effort in creating and posting this wonderful handmade + printed invitation:

“Today is World Labyrinth Day
🍥
Come and Walk the Labyrinth”

Vancity people walking along the Seawall between Habitat Island and the Cambie Bridge would have easily seen their invitation, and perhaps a number of them walked the Vancouver Public Labyrinth on World Labyrinth Day…

Thank You Schoolless Olympic Village for tweeting and sharing your photograph today!

Grateful to see it!

Thank you!


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