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Friday, February 17, 2017

The Labyrinth Project - Events in Feb-Mar 2017

THE LABYRINTH PROJECT
News - February 16, 2017

1.     LGBTQ Social and Activity Group: On-going, every 1st and 3rd Fridays, 4:00 – 5:30 at Hein and Co., 204 Main St., Jackson. All ages welcome. Join us for dialogue, friendship, support and social activities. Contact: Marla Vander Meer (209) 256-3750 also find us on facebook at Motherlode Pride Center.
** This Friday, Feb. 17 our group will be having a Beginning Drawing class taught by local artist, Lori Williams. There is no cost. The drawing part is not mandatory. Materials will be provided. People can bring something with them like  a photo or something else they want to draw. We will probably be downstairs. Look for the mini Pride Flag.

2.     The Labyrinth Project: On-going, every 2nd and 4th Fridays, 2:00 – 3:00 or 3:30 at Sierra Wind Wellness Center, 10354 Argonaut Lane, Jackson. Groups focus on learning about the labyrinth and how to use it to promote personal wellness. Labyrinth Facilitator/Coordinator: Marla Vander Meer 256-3750

** On Friday, February 24 we will be having a Finger Labyrinth making workshop. No cost. All materials provided. All ages welcome. Please RSVP to Marla at 209-256-3750

** March Labyrinth Event – “Relax into Spring” - Save the Date!
            When: March 18 (Saturday)
            Where: Sutter Creek Auditorium @ 18 Main Street, Sutter Creek
            Time: 12:00 noon  to 3:00p.m.
What: Drop in labyrinth Walk – Introduction to labyrinths (what they are)  and their use as simple but effective tools for stress reduction and relaxation. Opportunity to walk our beautiful 30’ canvas labyrinth. Inside event – rain or shine. For more information contact Marla at (209) 256-3750.

About the Labyrinth Project
Labyrinths are an ancient pattern that people have walked for thousands of years. Unlike a maze, labyrinths have only one path that meanders, usually in a circular pattern, into the center, then back out again along the same path. Although it is considered a spiritual tool and is often called a Sacred Path, it does not belong to any religion or spiritual belief. All are welcome to walk. Labyrinth walking has been found to help people find peace, reduce anxiety and depression, gain insight, empower creativity, find their own center, speak to God/spirit/Higher Self, process grief, find emotional healing and release stress among many other things. Learn more about these amazing tools through free workshops, classes and labyrinth walks. The goal of The Labyrinth Project is to educate people about the Labyrinth as a wellness tool and to promote the building of public labyrinths in Amador County. For More information contact the Labyrinth Project Coordinator: Marla Vander Meer, Veriditas Trained Labyrinth Facilitator at (209) 256-3750

Labyrinth Project services are available at NO COST!
Schedule a presentation, workshop, labyrinth walk, labyrinth event or even a labyrinth building consultation. Talks, workshops and walks are offered with a variety of focus and can be tailored to your specific needs. We are also happy to participate as a part of other events. For more information contact: Marla Vander Meer, Veriditas Trained Labyrinth Facilitator at (209) 256-3750.


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