Make a Labyrinth from rock and sand, stick and leaf, crystal and clay, yarn and fleece which all WED festival participants can enjoy. The Labyrinth is an ephemeral art piece, designed to be returned to earth at the close of the festival.
We invite children and their families to impart their creations on the labyrinth by decorating a stone or stick with paint and pen and decorate it with nature mobiles, candle holders, leaf wreaths, and clay totems which will be added throughout the day to the labyrinth.
Labyrinth walkers are invited to move through the labyrinth be asked to set an intention to the earth as they begin their walk, and to place that intention, either in writing or drawing, at the centre of the Labyrinth - at day's end, this centrepiece will be a powerful illustration of our local community's commitment to and love for our earth and environment.
As the Labyrinth winds down, children and other participants can collect their stones, mobiles and other creations made on the day and take those home with them.