Experimental Farm to build aMAZEing Labyrinth

This weekend on Saturday May 31st and June 1st from 9 am til dusk both days, the Experimental Farm will be beginning their Beyond the Edge: Artists Gardens at the Farm exhibit. This project will begin with the building of a labyrinth under a 100 year old red oak facilitated by Barbara Brown. The public  is welcome to join and help out with the building of this project either of these two days and well as enjoy the project for the rest of the summer. Other events to be hosted at the finished labyrinthnorthern-red-oak are a blessing and walk ceremony in celebration of National Aboriginal Day and the Summer Solstice on Saturday, June 21st (more information to follow) and the official opening of Beyond the Edge: Artists Gardens at the Farm on Thursday June 26th, 5-7:30.

If you are interested in joining to help build the labyrinth remember to bring gloves, sunscreen, a good pair pf shoes and plenty of water. Anyone is welcome to join or observe . Find directions to the project site and more information here.

Check out Barbara Brown’s blog here.

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2 Comments on “Experimental Farm to build aMAZEing Labyrinth”

  1. marianne
    August 15, 2014 at 9:45 pm #

    thanks for building the lovely Labyrinth at the experimental farm. How long will it be there for?

    • veltat
      August 18, 2014 at 12:06 pm #

      Good afternoon,
      Tree Ottawa did not build this labyrinth, we only advertised the event! I believe that the instalation will be up until September 27th, 2014.
      Please let us know if you have any other questions!
      Best regards,
      Velta Tomsons
      Ecology Ottawa – Tree Ottawa Organizer

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