Labyrinth Network Northwest
LNN Beach Labyrinth Festival
July 18 & 19, 2015
Tierra Del Mar, Oregon
(3 miles north of Pacific City)
Enjoy two full days of labyrinth fun and creativity on the beautiful Oregon coast and draw labyrinths on the beach with Denny Dyke.
Denny Dyke's Dream Field Labyrinth
Face Rock, Bandon, Oregon
Photo by Pam Hansen
July 18th-19th Labyrinth Network Northwest together with Circles in the Sand will present a weekend of labyrinth making, walking, and workshops.
Denny Dyke, beach labyrinth artist and amazing energy behind Circles in the Sand, will be creating beautiful labyrinths on the beach at Pacific City and Tierra del Mar, Oregon. You are invited to help Denny, and you can also create your own beach labyrinths. Check out all of Denny’s activities, photos and events. Be sure to get there early to walk the different labyrinth designs before the tide takes them away.
After a morning of labyrinth activities on the beach, afternoon events will be at the Tierra del Mar Community Center. This family friendly event includes workshops and hands on activities for adults and children.
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.