May 22nd, 2010
UUCA – Outdoor Labyrinth
Gracefieid Labyrinth, Model for UUCA's Labyrinth
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Help us on June 6 & June 13th @ 11:30AM in creating an easy care outdoor labyrinth. Please save large cardboard boxes and newspapers so we can use it for weed blocker. Materials can be stored in the gray shed on the playground.
The UUCA labyrinth is a living work in progress. Original funding was raised by Full Circle and direct donations to this church for this project. If you are interested in helping with it’s maintenance or workshops or would like to find out more, please contact Kay.
May 17th, 2009
This labyrinth was created by taking a weed whacker to my lawn. It’s about 25-30 feet across. This was done in my back yard, but it may crop up in my front yard one day. If you’re lawn is big enough, you could just put your lawn mower at a lower setting and mow the paths. Or go for a 4 circuit path. This is a great way to temporarily test a design before installing more permanent or expensive materials.
April 17th, 2009
This labyrinth was made on a Friday in an empty conference room with recycled paper. Because I’m that kind of crazy labyrinth lady
March 17th, 2009
6030 Grosvenor Lane
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
60 foot diameter, 11 circuit turf design with pavers for delineation of the lines and turns. Based on the ancient turf labyrinth on Breamore Down in Hampshire, England.
This location also had a large acrylic labyrinth. This is for those who might not be able to physically walk the labyrinth, they can follow the smooth grooves in a labyrinth shape.
February 17th, 2009
Classic 7 circuit labyrinth. Media is brick on mulch. Interesting interlocking brick/pavers that give smooth lines. Labyrinth can be found in the back of the parking lot on the right hand side in the grass.
1657 Crofton Parkway
Crofton, Maryland 21114
January 17th, 2009
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
4940 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
When you come in the main entrance, make the first right on to Mason F. Lord Drive . The Labyrinth is located off Mason F. Lord Dr., in front of the Frank Scott Key Pavillion (previously named Geriatarics Center). There is a small sign on the ground on the left. You will have to park in parking garage.
For more directions you can go to the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center website or use this link to their campus map.
December 4th, 2008
This labyrinth was near a YMCA. It’s one of the largest in Baltimore. It has very large flagstones.
Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation
1000 E. 33rd St.
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Located on the site of the old Memorial Stadium on 33rd Street – between Greenmount Avenue and Loch Raven Blvd. The labyirnth is a Santa Rosa, blue flagstone labyrinth, placed at the spiritual entryway to Stadium Place.
December 2nd, 2008
St Matthew Church
5400 Loch Raven Blvd.
Baltimore, Maryland 21239
This labyrinth is located behind the church, behind the parking lot. This picture was snapped around sunset. There was no outdoor lighting for evening, which is why this picture is so blurry. Below is a more detailed photo taken with the flash on my camera.
December 1st, 2008
This labyrinth is found inside the circle driveway of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts I’ve mentioned this labyrinth to several people who’ve been to Maryland Hall and have never seen this labyrinth. It is screened by hedges and has a bench at one end.
801 Chase Street
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
This 12 circuit Chartres labyrinth is a stone paver labyrinth and is made by The Labyrinth Company. The center has the rose motif common to the Chartres labyrinth that looks so complicated pieced together, when cut from stone.