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World Labyrinth Day: Toronto City of Labyrinths Jane's Walk

HïMY SYeD. Toronto City of Labyrinths Project.

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

May 6, 2023




Arts and Culture, History and Community.


Toronto has more public Labyrinths than any other city in the world.

That's because one day while walking to and from Dovercourt Public School, eight year old HïMY SYeD began to intentionally make interconnecting paths in the snow in Dovercourt Park.

On this World Labyrinth Day, which is observed every year on the First Saturday in May, join this Jane's Walk to learn how childhood footprints in the snow became an ongoing multi-city Placemaking Project.

Also on this Jane's Walk :
• Why Labyrinths are used in Montessori Schools
• How Labyrinths aid Child Development + Decision Making
• Urban Acupuncture
• Tactical Urbanism
• Toronto's NEWEST Labyrinth - Designed as a Giant Snowflake

Uneven terrain.

Walk Start Location:

Dovercourt Public School, 228 Bartlett Ave, North of Hallam Street, Dovercourt Village Neighbourhood.
Walk Leader will be wearing Red Labyrinth design shirt while holding Orange "Walk With Us" Jane's Walk sign.

Walk End Location:

Dovercourt Park.

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