Eldorado Community Creates Canned Food Labyrinth of Giving

Labyrinth Resource Group members and their 405-can Labyrinth of Giving!

     On Saturday, Nov 16th, the Labyrinth Resource Group hosted a Canned Food Drive at the Eldorado Supermarket…..with a twist!  As shoppers brought their donations from the store, they placed them on the patio along the lines of a chalk labyrinth.   In the end, 405 cans created a beautiful canned food labyrinth!   The donations were boxed and delivered to Bienvenidos Food Pantry to help feed hungry souls in Santa Fe.  Our thanks to Eldorado Supermarket and Bienvenidos, and especially the shoppers for making this event a great success.  We hope to make this an annual event!

Eldorado Community Creates Canned Food Labyrinth of Giving

Labyrinth Resource Group members and their 405-can labyrinth!

On Nov 16, 2019, the Labyrinth Resource Group hosted a canned food drive with a twist. Shoppers placed their donations along a chalk labyrinth in front of Eldorado Supermarket which eventually became a 405-can labyrinth of giving. Theses donations were delivered to Bienvenidos Food Pantry for hungry souls in Santa Fe.

All Hallows Labyrinth Walk – Sunday, Oct 27th 5:30 pm Railyard Park Labyrinth

Bring a small momento representing someone you’d like to remember to carry with you on the walk

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Photo Credit – William Fong

Railyard Park Labyrinth

Callejon St and Paseo de Peralta.

Behind SITE Santa Fe.  Look for signs!

Come early for a Community Drum Circle!

 4 pm to 5 pm: 

Barb drumming 2

For more info, contact Barbara at 314-808-4571

or email the Labyrinth Resource Group at lrgsantafe@gmail.com

 

Monthly Walk – Saturday July 13th – St Bede’s Episcopal

Photo courtesy of Barbara King

WALKING IN FREEDOM WITH RESPONSIBILITY IN SOLIDARITY WITH METOO VICTIMS

Saturday, July 13, 2019  5:00 pm

St Bede’s Episcopal,  550 San Marcos Rd

After the walk there’s more!  Read on!

 

 

6 pm –  Potluck

Drumming by Barbara King

7 pm –  Presentation by Blaire Carnahan,        “Wales – Neolithic Sites; Standing Stones, Stone Circles, and Healing Wells

For more information, contact Vicki at 970-485-0258