Cerimon House is pleased to collaborate with Labyrinth Network Northwest and esteemed master labyrinth designer & builder Stephen Shibley to present an adventurous all-day journey, investigating and visiting six unique labyrinths in the greater Portland area (both indoor and outdoor.)
This "out-in-the-field" trip is a one-of-a-kind adventure, and is bound to fill the hearts and minds of both labyrinth enthusiasts as well as investigators who are newly interested in these ancient patterns.
Stephen Shibley is a renowned expert in the field of natural design and is responsible for the construction of so many beautiful private and public local labyrinths. The September 24th Adventure participants (together on a bus) will visit six unique locations - and with Stephen as our guide, there will be great opportunities to understand (and experience) each location. Activities will also include facilitation with Traci McMerritt and Sandra Walden. And at the end of the day, the group will assemble for food and libations at Cerimon House in the Alberta Arts District, where Randall Stuart will host a special private walk on the signature 33 foot square indoor Reims, France pattern which is installed monthly in the main auditorium at Cerimon House.
The $95 reservation for this remarkable activity includes transportation, and refreshments. And you can learn even more of the details at this link, including discounts for new and current LNN Members. LabyrinthNetworkNorthwest.org
Registration is required by September 1st. This special activity is a fundraiser for Labyrinth Network Northwest, and we are eager to have you join us here at Cerimon House (where the day will start and finish), and to welcome you on this extremely unique and moving escapade.