TLS Annual Gathering

The 18th Annual Gathering will be held at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas, November 10-12, 2016. Please join us in the heart of Houston's Museum District as we explore the cause and effect relationships of bringing labyrinths into diverse communities. 

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Featured speakers include Debi & Marty Kermeen, master stone artistic team and builders of the labyrinth at St. Paul's United Methodist Church; and Houston's own Reginald Adams, renowned public artist, social entrepreneur and community developer. Gathering attendees can attend a wide variety of workshops, lectures, mini-sessions, and poster presentations. You will not want to miss this uniquely urban experience with over 20 labyrinths in the Houston metropolitan area!

NEW! TLS is offering a student registration option for full-time students. As with standard participants, students may register for either the entire Gathering (Thursday  - Saturday), Friday   only or pre/post gathering events.  These options are not available via online registration, but only by post or email. See the registration page for complete details.  


The Annual Gathering is a casual, public conference spanning three days with special workshops and local tours before and after the main event. It is a time when labyrinth enthusiasts and experts gather from around the world to learn, share, and celebrate labyrinths. The Annual Gathering includes featured speakers, workshops, sales of labyrinth-related products, silent auction, and a wide variety of labyrinths for walking. 

It is a time to meet and network with others who use and love labyrinths, learn new approaches, experience new labyrinth designs, and support the spread of labyrinth wisdom and community around the world. The Gathering also includes the annual business meeting of The Labyrinth Society, where members are elected to the Board of Directors and have input into the activities of the organization. You can have lunch with a labyrinth expert from another continent, try your hand at building a labyrinth, or shop for unique items not available anywhere else. The location and theme for the Annual Gathering changes each year, allowing us to visit many regions.