Thanks for the Neighbourhood Small Grant

Thanks to a Neighbourhood Small Grant from the Vancouver Foundation administered by the South Vancouver Neighbourhood House, Sandy and Marge have worked with others at UCV to improve the labyrinths and invite people to free events with refreshments and supplies for art projects.

So far we have added five lavender plants, several varieties of thyme, a sage and rosemary to the courtyard labyrinth and plants representing the four directions (East: lavender; South: rosemary; West: thyme (lemon and red creeping); and North: sage (golden and pineapple sage) to the Garden Path labyrinth.

Mac Sports Collapsible Folding Outdoor Utility Wagon, BlueYet to be done, is improve signage and purchase a cart or storage box for events.

We’ve hosted several events and our final event is Sunday October 21 including a workshop with Gaia Gardens.

We also want to invite neighbours to join our Labyrinth Team. Contact unitarianlabyrinth@gmail.com if you’d like to be part of the group who organize events and tend the labyrinths.


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