Sedona Multi-Media Labyrinth Peace Museum Labyrinth Walk
September 29, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join Sandra Wasko-Flood, artist, poet, teacher, and founder of Living Labyrinths for Peace, Inc. as she offers members of the Sedona community a chance to walk the labyrinth as a vehicle to further a feeling for relaxation, healing, and peace.
A brown bag lunch will be provided and an art auction, a raffle, and sessions with music and poetry will run throughout the day. Everyone is welcome at this fun-filled and enjoyable Saturday celebration and fund-raiser.
COST: $5.00 in advance at the Unity Office (cash or check only) $7.00 at the door
BIO: Artist, poet, teacher, and founder of Living Labyrinths for Peace Inc., Sandra Wasko-Flood will establish a Multi-Media Labyrinth Peace Museum in Sedona based on her vision in the Great Kiva of Chaco, NM. There she saw multi-cultural dancers, peacefully ascending an underground spiral to dance on the kiva floor and ascend a spiral to the skies.