- Last Updated on Sunday, 23 September 2007 15:00 23 September 2007
- Published on Friday, 24 August 2012 16:40 24 August 2012
- Contributed by Gillian Corcoran Gillian Corcoran
On Sunday, Sept. 23, 2007 a group of volunteers celebrated the Autumn Equinox by donning gardening gloves and working on several "beautification" projects in the Peace Garden.
Over 100 bulbs were planted around the Chartres labyrinth, three dead trees were felled, many, many weeds were uprooted, and a new rock sculpture was created (see photo). Everyone shared a delicious BBQ picnic after their hard work. In the evening the labyrinth was candlelit and people participated in the meditative walk, connecting with the rhythms of the earth and the new autumn season.
For more information about the Peace Sanctuary go to www.peacesanctuary.org
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