A lovely park located between Gillette and Candee Avenues in Sayville, NY 11782

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If restrictions allow, the Full Moon, Equinox and Solstice Labyrinth Walks guided by Barbara Fitzpatrick will begin at 7:30 pm. 

Otherwise feel free to visit the park and labyrinth on your own. In case of rain or freezing temperatures, the Labyrinth walks are cancelled.

For 2021 

All begin at 7:30 pm except for September 21

March 20, Saturday ~ Spring Equinox only

April 26, Monday ~ Full Moon

May 26, Wednesday ~ Full Moon

June 20, Saturday ~ Summer Solstice

June 24, Thursday ~ Full Moon

July 23, Friday ~ Full Moon

August 22, Sunday ~ Full Moon

September 20, Monday ~ Full Moon 

September 21, Tuesday ~ International Peace Day from 5:00 - 7:00 pm 
Followed by a Labyrinth Walk at 7:00 pm
(Please note change of time)

September 22, Wednesday ~ Autumn Equinox

October 20, Wednesday ~ Full Moon

November 19, Friday ~ Full Moon

December 21, Tuesday ~ Winter Solstice only, no full moon walk this month

 

 

 

 

 

About the Labyrinth
The Labyrinth is an ancient symbolic path with healing and spiritual significance. The Cretan pattern dates back to the third millennium B.C.E. and has been used within many cultures and spiritual traditions throughout the planet.

For most, labyrinths represent life's journey or spiritual pilgrimage. Walking the labyrinth often produces a calming, centering feeling.

Although labyrinths have been categorized as a type of maze, unlike mazes they usually have 5, 7, 9, or 11 circuits. There are no wrong turns in the labyrinths path. It is a single pathway that winds in and out clockwise, then counter- clockwise to the center and then out again.

When walking, this alternating balancing motion can calm and quiet one's body, mind, and spirit often inducing a receptive state for meditation and contemplation in the center of the labyrinth.

The labyrinth in Sayville is called the Peace Labyrinth. Built in 2003, it was designed, laid out, and financed by Marianne Fulfaro and dedicated to her parents, Carlo and Carmela Annunziato.

The labyrinth is a seven circuit, Mini-Chartres design. It is constructed of paving stones with red gravel pathways. The design in the center welcomes you with open arms.

The labyrinth is open to the public. There are full moon labyrinth walks available from March to December. For more information about the labyrinth at The Common Ground contact:  Barbara Fitzpatrick at contactus@thecommonground.com

 

Click to View A Photo Tour of the Creation of the Labyrinth

 
     
     

         
 
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P.O. Box 533
Sayville, NY 11782
www.thecommonground.com
631-459-6603

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