is associated with religious, magical and transformative experiences. In the past they were walked as devotional activities, mini-pilgrimages or atonements for some sin. Nordic pagans coursed the paths as a way to overcome difficulty, reinforce protection and bring good fortune. These days, walkers choose labyrinths for a meditative experience and prayer, contained in a small circular package. The journey is a personal one—everyone gets something different out of the winding walk. We have some walking labyrinths around town, one being in Frontier park. The above labyrinth is after the Chartes labyrinth in the Chartes Cathedral in France. We can’t always get to a walking labyrinth, so finger labyrinths can be used. In this class we will be making a finger labyrinth of mixed media materials.
Where: AWE classroom –915 State Street Ll1, Erie, PA 16501
When: Friday, March 22, 2019, 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: 30.00 materials included (buy for two 15% off)
More Information and Registration.: Anne Cutri, 814-490-1841
Tickets available or reserve your seat by email no later than March 21st