Labyrinth Network Northwest
Life Flight helicopters land on the labyrinth
at Mid-Columbia Medical Center
The Dalles, Oregon
Oregon's first hospital labyrinth was also one of
the first hospital labyrinths built in the USA
LNN Summer Pilgrimage to The Dalles
Thursday, June 20, 2013
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Join us in the gorgeous Columbia Gorge for a day of labyrinth walking and fellowship. Our facilitator will be Joyce Powell-Morin, MN, RN, Chief Cultural Officer at Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles. We will enjoy a presentation and labyrinth walk on the hospital grounds. The labyrinth walk will have harp accompaniment by the hospital's music-thanatologist. Those who wish to join us can enjoy lunch at a restaurant at this location.
Carpooling will be from the Columbia Gorge Outlet Mall in Troutdale, OR. We will leave promptly by 9:00 AM. Travel time is less than 1-1/2 Hr. If you are a passenger a gas donation is suggested.
A second carpool can be organized from Washington area if there is sufficient interest.
If you're Interested in carpooling from Central Oregon Bend area to The Dalles. Please contact Sandy@LabyrinthNetworkNorthwest.org.
This is a free event, but advance registration is required.
Registered participants will be sent an e-mail with additional info and directions.
Questions: Contact Sandy@LabyrinthNetworkNorthwest.org.
About Labyrinth Network Northwest
Labyrinth Network Northwest (LNN) facilitates communication and cooperation between labyrinth-interested people in the Pacific Northwest.
With well over 120 labyrinths, Oregon's labyrinth community is evolving into one of friendships, cooperative activities, mutual interests, labyrinth sharing, and regular events.
Labyrinth Network Northwest (LNN) is a growing organization devoted to supporting activities and practices centered on the labyrinth. We seek to bring together labyrinth walkers, facilitators, healers, sacred and secular counselors, consultants, artists and others, all united in our passion for the labyrinth and the possibilities for transformation. Our network is connected through seasonal events, an extensive website and online communication, information and labyrinth sharing, workshops and pilgrimages.
The Labyrinth Society
Labyrinth Network Northwest is a member of The Labyrinth Society and has been awarded Special Project status.