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UU Society to Break Ground on Outdoor Labyrinth Sat 4/20 8am-9am

The Unitarian Universalist Society of Sacramento at 2425 Sierra Blvd (about 2 blocks north of Fair Oaks Blvd between Howe and Fulton) is having a small groundbreaking ceremony for our new outdoor labyrinth this Saturday, 4/20 from 8am-9am.  (Our work crew comes in about 9 am to start construction.)  We will have shovels and photo ops. Diane Kelly-Abrams, retired art history professor from Sacramento City College, will speak briefly about the history and significance of labyrinths.  Come get in on the "ground-breaking" level of this new resource.  Calling all drummers and musicians to participate.  Labyrinths have been used on almost all continents for millenia for walking meditation, inspiration, and healing.  We will have a workday on June 1, 9-5, for those of you who would like to help. A dedication is being planned for  September.  The church phone number is 483-9283.  John McMillan is supervising the work crew and coordinating the work day.  Contacts are Diane Kelly-Abrams at dkellyabrams@comcast.net and Laurie Jones at laurievaljo@gmail.com.  Some church members have been working toward this day fior a decade, so come help us celebrate!

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