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“The magic of the moment, all walking the same yet different paths.”

—from a walker November 10, 2005, West Medford, MA

“Shhh….I can hear God’s voice”.  “What is he saying?”  “He’s telling me that I need to know that He is always with me…”

—from a Second Grader, talking to his mother in the center of the labyrinth, West Medford, MA 2002

Our Apprentice, Dee Clark Kimani has continued her graduate work of researching and designing labyrinths. She has been mapping labyrinths in New England and has offered this link to be posted on our website:

www.communitywalk.com/labyrinthsNE

The map includes over 200 color-coded labyrinths combining the LGNE list, the World-Wide Labyrinth Locator listings, and a few others that she has found.
This is a wonderful resource for all of us to use and we are very grateful to Dee for her amazing work!

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Connecticut

Location:
14 Spring Glen Drive
Granby, CT
860-653-3612
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Contact Person: Tina Angeli
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, 92’ public labyrinth.  Made of mulch and 14 tons of river rocks.  Donations for up-keep appreciated.



Location:
114 South Rd
Marlborough, CT
860-295-8896
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Contact Person: Natalie Villar
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, private, access by appointment, permanent. Made of Grass and River Rock, size is 60 Ft. Built July 2006 by Marty Cain and Natalie Villar.



Location:
Connecticut Mental Health Center
34 Park Street
New Haven, CT
203-974-7860
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Contact Person: Mary E. Dansinghani
Describe Labyrinth:

Indoor, 24’ portable canvas, painted in 7 major chakra colors.  Open to public at CMHC in room W-212 from 11 am to 2 pm on August 9, September 25, October 11, and November 8, 2012.  We encourage all to attend walks.  Our schedule may vary due to the use of the room which is the only space that will accomodate the labyrinth; as well as the academic calendar.Spiritual Roundtable members do travel with it - to the UCONN Medical School, Friends Meeting House, Tower One, and have participated for 3 years in World Labyrinth Day.



Location:
Niantic Community Church
170 Pennsylvania Avenue
Niantic, CT
860-739-6208
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Contact Person: Patty Chaffee
Describe Labyrinth:

Indoor. Private. Poly canvas, 24 foot, 8 circuit Chartres.  Open walks are scheduled periodically.  Available to borrow for suggested donation.



Location:
Holy Family Passionist Retreat Center
303 Tunxis Rd.
West Hartford, CT
860-521-0440
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Contact Person: Brandon Nappi
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, public, handicap accessible, permanent, made of cobblestone & compact stone dust, size 90’ x 90’. Directions: To locate Holy Family, please go to our website www.holyfamilyretreat.org Once you arrive, facing the building to the far right,  you will see metal gates. Go through the gates and follow the asphalt path. There will be signs to travel through the woods or you can remain on the asphalt and the labyrinth will be on your left.




Maine

Location:
9 Cleaveland Street
Brunswick, ME
207-729-7331
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Contact Person: Susan Fitzgerald
Describe Labyrinth:

Indoor. Public. Open. Walks 5-6 times/year on Tuesdays. Check website for dates. www.firstparish.net. Not handicap accessible. Portable, made of Canvas, 30 x 27, Chartres Design. Also available to rent.



Location:
613 Fairbanks Road
Farmington, ME
207-778-9048
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Contact Person: Mike Monahan
Describe Labyrinth:

56’ Chartres-style lawn labyrinth, located at private home, open daily except when covered by snow (shovels available).  Everyone welcome, benches provided for quiet and meditation.  Small slope-some exercise.



Location:
580 Forest Ave
Portland, ME
207-772-7421
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Contact Person: Beth Quinlan
Describe Labyrinth:

Indoor. We have public walks the third Thursday of the month (except in July and August).  Also open on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Other public walks are listed on our Web site. Portable. Canvas. 28 foot Chartres style.



Location:
the intersection of rts 17 and 220
Washington, ME
Contact Person: Carol Sloane
Describe Labyrinth:

My labyrinth is made in the pattern called Robin Hood’s Race. It is about 1/2 mile long and takes 30 to 45 minutes to walk. You park at the edge of a hayfield and walk a mowed path to an island of trees to begin. The experience of walking in the woods and then out into the hayfield following the path gives a real experience of nature, from shade to sun, from quiet to breeze.

To get to this labyrinth, find the center of Washington Maine (the intersection of rts 17 and 220) At the monument, go East on Old Union Road for 1.9 miles and there will be a hayfield on the right just past a pond also on the right. There are flags to show where to park and where to walk. The labyrinth is open year round, although it is hard to maintain in winter and mud season. It is only open Sundays in hunting season.

For more information, see www.downtownartgallery.com.




Massachusetts

Location:
Brookline
United Parish Church
210 Harvard St.
617-277-6860
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Contact Person: Pat Howkinson
Describe Labyrinth:

Indoor, Church Basement, Accessible Permanent, made of dark inlay in bamboo flooring, Octagonal overall width 32’ with 30” paths Dual entry. Can be configured for 2 alternate pathways.
Hours:
7-9:00am Mon - Fri
7-9:00pm Thurs
9:30am-12:30pm Sun



Location:
Edgartown
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
(Corner of Winter and Summer Streets)
508-627-5330 church
508-627-6075 Dianne Smith
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Contact Person: Dianne Smith, Parish Nurse
Describe Labyrinth:

Indoor, Public, portable, 12’ canvas



Location:
Berlin

508-969-2034
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Contact Person: Cat Belfer
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, Private, Permanent, Stone in the woods, approximately 40’, Baltic wheel, 2 path By appointment only, please email



Location:
20 Governor Fuller Road
Billerica, MA
978-667-1358
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Contact Person: Jennifer Dewar
Describe Labyrinth:

In the spring of 2002 my husband and I created a stone, 7 circuit, modified classic style labyrinth at the edge of a wooded area at the back of our home.  It is outdoors, permanent, approx. 30 feet in diameter and the path is approx. 18” wide for walking.  The space is secluded and peaceful.  Please call or email and let us know when you would like to come walk the labyrinth.



Location:
Between Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Christopher Columbus Park at the intersection of Cross Street and Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA
617 332-1880
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Contact Person: Barbara
Describe Labyrinth:

A circular winding path paved in grass and inlaid stone, the Labyrinth celebrates life’s journey. A single jet of water and the symbol of eternity mark its center, representing hope and rebirth. The only Labyrinth on public land in the Northeast.  Art, Service, Science and Commerce are etched around its circle in tribute to accomplishments and contributions made. For photos and further information, www.ArmenianHeritagePark.org.



Location:
19 Depot Road
Cataumet, MA
508-269-9204
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Contact Person: Denise Sullivan
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor 3 circuit labyrinth open to the public.  Located to left of driveway made of crushed stone with flower border.



Location:
Boston College
Burns Library lawn
corner Commonwealth Avenue and College Avenue
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Contact Person: Rebecca Valette
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoors. This large Chartres-style bluestone labyrinth was dedicated as a memorial to those members of the Boston College community who perished in 9/11. Approximately 70 feet in diameter. It is intended for private meditation rather than group labyrinth walks. Open to the public day and night.
www.bc.edu/alumni/association/labyrinth.html



Location:
West Concord Union Church
1317 Main Street
Concord, MA
978-369-6309
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Contact Person: Church Administrator, Judy Rosenbaum
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, hand-crafted, seven-circuit “Heart of Chartres” design.  This labyrinth is the key feature of a “Welcome Garden” located next to West Concord Union Church.  It is designed as a physically and spiritually accessible space for rest, prayer, and play for all ages.  The labyrinth is fully accessible for those using walkers or wheelchairs, and open to the public. Please contact the church office if you want to bring a group or hold an event here.



Location:
655 Main Street
Dunstable, MA
978-996-1653
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Contact Person: Laura Kirk
Describe Labyrinth:

The Labyrinth at Crystal Springs is carved into the hillside and nestled within the tall pines. The design was based on the 7 circuit classical, however, the land has lent to its emergence, a design of its own. The pathway or stepping stones are slices of trees.  The Labyrinth at Crystal Springs is available during scheduled labyrinth walks and workshops or by appointment/pre-scheduled only.  The labyrinth foot trails and pathways are uneven surfaces and require sure footedness.  Alternative accommadations will be made for individuals unable to navigate foot trails safely.



Location:
16 Church St.
Fiskdale [village of Sturbridge], MA 01518
508-347-9353
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Contact Person: Christine Milne
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor. Public. Not wheelchair accessible. Made of paving stones. Closed November-March. Permanent. Blue & white stone. 7-circuit modified Chartres. Arrangements can be made to have a facilitated walk/days of reflection also possible.



Location:
The Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer
212 Main Street
Foxboro, MA 02305
508-238-6748
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Contact Person: Frank Sandstrum
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor. Public. Please feel free to visit anytime during daylight hours to walk The Labyrinth at L C O R. Permanent. Grass with Pavers set into lawn, 46 ft. Classical 7 Circuit. The Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer is on Rt. 140 just 1/2 mile East of US Rt.1. The Labryanth is on the lawn to the left of the main door.



Location:
Edwards Church
39 Edwards Street
Framingham, MA 01701
508-877-2050
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Contact Person: Debbie Clark
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, permanent, about 20 feet in diameter (I think), made of stone and pine needles. Available and accessible always, except when it’s covered in snow! Located beside our sanctuary, on the right-hand side, by the road and across the from entrance to Edwards Cemetery.



Location:
Franklin U.U. Church
262 Chestnut Street
Franklin, Ma
508-528-5348
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Contact Person: Judy Swaim
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, open to the public, open anytime, wheelchair accessible just to view, not to walk, permanent, made of granite cobblestones with pine needles on the path, 30 x 27 Cretan design. This labyrinth is in a grove to the right of the Franklin UU church.



Location:
Evensong Retreat & Spirituality Center
326 Lower County Rd
Harwich Port, MA 02646
508-432-0027
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Contact Person: Marie
Describe Labyrinth:

The name of our labyrinth is Margaret’s Path, named for my sister, Margaret Maurais, who died from ALS in 2005 at the age of 44.  It is an outdoor 7 circuit cretan labyrinth.



Location:
Old Ship Church
90 Main Street
Hingham, MA 02646
Describe Labyrinth:

Indoor, Private with Public Hours, Permanent, made of terrazzo tile. Public Hours are 2nd Tuesdays 7:30 - 9:00 pm.

http://www.oldshipchurch.org/OSC_Labyrinth.shtml



Location:
84 Summer Street
Kingston, MA
617-962-9775
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Contact Person: Dee Davidson
Describe Labyrinth:

The Labyrinth is an outdoor and permanent. It is open to the public on the 3rd Sunday from 1-4pm or by appointment. It is made of brick and stone. The area is accessible by wheelchair, but the Labyrinth itself is not.



Location:
646 South Meadow
Lancaster, MA
978-368-3338
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Contact Person: Karen Keefe
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor. Private. The Lancaster Labyrinth is outdoors, available and accessible. A courtesy call is requested. Permanent.  Dirt path lined with brick. 90 foot diameter.



Location:
Church of Our Redeemer
6 Meriam Street
Lexington, MA 02420
781-862-6408
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Contact Person: Janet Kern
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor. “St. Paul” design, 26 feet in diameter, paved.



Location:
63 Summer St.
Maynard, MA
978-823-0935
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Contact Person: Lisa E. Bailey
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, free and public, always available, not easily accessible by wheelchair. Permanent lawn paths with raised stone lines 32.27 x 28.27 Cretan layout in front of Artspace. Built with funds from the Maynard Cultural Council.



Location:
355 Franklin Street
Melrose, MA
781-665-4200
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Contact Person: Rev. Wendy Vander Hart
Describe Labyrinth:

Indoor. Public. Organized walk every second Wednesday evening @ 7:30 p.m. (except June). Permanent. Vinyl tile. Available to schedule for groups or alternate times when the hall is available.



Location:
660 Great Pond Road
North Andover, MA
978-682-8815
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Contact Person: Larry Peacock
Describe Labyrinth:

Two outdoor double seven circuit classical public labyrinths. Made in the forest with Stones from around the world.  Visit by appointment.  View our facility at www.rollingridge.org.



Location:
32 Industrial Drive East
Northampton, MA
917-776-2208
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Contact Person: Karen Lubin
Describe Labyrinth:

The inRESONANCE Labyrinth is open to the public, weather permitting. The Labyrinth is not wheel chair accessible, but the site is.  The 50 foot wide Labyrinth is made of brick, with grass paths. The arbor is made of oak and birch trees. The inRESONANCE Labyrinth is based on a Hopi Indian design and has seven circuits. Group walks are welcome and we have space available for seminars, workshops and special events. Concept: Kevin and Susan Mcallister, Initial Layout Work: David Gregoire, Project Coordinator & Design: Karen Lubin,  Arbor Design: Joshua Stebbins. The Labyrinth was built with the help of many people, all of whom contributed their time, talent, and energy.



Location:
284 Bacon Street
Waltham, MA
339-927-7789
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Contact Person: Bette Frank Leahy
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor, private, permanent 20’ labyrinth built with stone. Accessible with permisssion. Please let us know that you are coming.



Location:
15 N. Carver Road
West Wareham, MA
508-295-6691
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Contact Person: Deb Sellon
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoors. Private. Access by appointment or email for seasonal schedules. Indoor space also available for class or workshop. Permanent or as portable kit, made of stone. Size - 45x27 diameter. Labyrinth’s crushed stone base is not wheelchair easy but area is wheel chair accessible from off street parking.



Location:
5 Gould Road
Westford, MA
1 978 496 9606
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Contact Person: Elizabeth Almeida
Describe Labyrinth:

7-circuit labyrinth on 1/4 acre. It is a living labyrinth made with flowers and vegetable plants and mowed walkways. Outdoors, acess on Thursdays 3 - 6pm or by appointment. Groups can schedule private events, including an optional farm-to-table meal.




New Hampshire

Location:
245 Rte. 113, one mile north from the intersection of Rte. 3
Holderness, NH
603-968-9381
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Contact Person: Longhaul Farm
Describe Labyrinth:

Open to the public during regular business hours and special events at the farm. Visit our website www.longhaulfarm.com or call for details. The labyrinth is not wheelchair accessible. It is made of various stones and crystals, and the love and energy of the community who built it. To contribute your unique energy we ask that you bring a medium-sized stone or small crystal of significance, or choose a stone from the pile provided, to place among the foundation stones.



Location:
Church Street
Keene, NH
603-357-5898
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Contact Person: Peter Howe
Describe Labyrinth:

The Church Street Labyrinth is a modified seven circuit classic labyrinth. Free, open to the public, and accessible. It is painted on asphalt. The space serves as a parking lot during business hours, so evenings and weekends are best to visit.



Location:
The First Baptist Church of Keene
105 Maple Ave.
Keene, NH
603-352-0340
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Contact Person: Mark Ferrin
Describe Labyrinth:

The Church Street It is an outside labyrinth, so it is open weather permitting. off the Rt. 12 exit heading out of Keene going north toward, Walpole, NH.



Location:
10 Atlantic Rd
Windham, NH
603-578-5891
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Contact Person: Magdalena
Describe Labyrinth:

Outdoor. Open Wed during the season or by Private Appt. Anytime. Not accesible by wheelchair. Permanent. Made of sea shells, herbs and plants. 60’ Chartres Design




New York

Location:
9647 Skaneateles Turnpike
Brookfield, NY
315-899-7795
Contact Person: Marianne Noller
Describe Labyrinth:

The Crystal Labyrinth. I built this Labyrinth in 2000. It is surrounded and centered with Herkimer diamonds (crystals). It is an outdoor 11 circuit labyrinth covering a full acre of land and made of Earth and flowers with a 3 ft wide path to a center large enough to have a gazebo made of poles and a recycled 10 ft satellite dish. Since the center is 45 ft in diameter I am making benchs that will honor each life form, I have started with the 6th (the unknown) I am calling it “Cosmic” and doing carvings of the Universe such as my version of a Supernova, the Earth and moon, comets, spirals etc.

www.crystallabyrinth2000.com




Vermont

Location:
323 North Derby Road
Newport, VT
802-334-/2571
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Contact Person: Lisa Erwin-Davidson
Describe Labyrinth:

Private 98’ foot diameter Cretan labyrinth in the northeast kingdom of VT.  7 circuit, entry on the “female” side.  It’s a mowed 6’foot wide path.  Takes about 15 min to walk to center, 15 out.  It has a bonfire pit in middle, lined with grandfather stones. It is built along 17’ foot long Japanese garden foot bridge from entrance to center for those who don’t want to walk but just want to get to the center.  Labyrinth is located behind the barn in the field.





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