The Labyrinth Project: Walking One Path Together

The Labyrinth Project: Walking One Path Together
Friday, January 19, 6-8 p.m.

The Pavilion at City Park
17th Street & Park Avenue, Parkersburg, WV
Free and open to the public

Community Labyrinth Walk at Parkersburg City Park. Presented by ARTSBRIDGE with assistance from the Sisters of St. Joseph Charitable Fund. The labyrinth is an ancient walking meditation tool known by some as a path to introspection, healing or prayer. For others, it is simply the opportunity to quiet the mind and open the heart. Unlike a maze, a labyrinth has only one path to the center and back out again. Labyrinths exist on nearly every continent, in every major culture, and in most religions, though they are not specifically religious. There are labyrinths at many major medical facilities in the United States, many schools, churches, and in the gardens or property of individuals.

Pamela Martino, Executive Director, ARTSBRIDGE, 304-428-3988 (
Therese Stephens, Wellness Director, Pressley Ridge (
Veriditas Labyrinth Facilitators (


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