The High Park Labyrinth was created in 2001 by a group of dedicated volunteers as a harmony project with Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Labyrinth Community Network. Since then it has been walked by thousands of people and has become a welcome sacred space for many. It is a favorite stop for many nature walkers, especially daycares and day camps during the warmer months. It is also tread by many dedicated walkers during the winter.
With all of the focused usage it has received since 2001, this space has begun to to crumble and the labyrinth design is fading away. Unfortunately paint will not adhere to a crumbling surface, but this could be a opportunity, for the park, for the community and for the labyrinth walkers.
Now is the time to look at giving this space a complete facelift, so that this rich tradition can continue well into the future.
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