TLS Annual Gathering

Tour of Baltimore Area Labyrinths - Full-Day on Monday

Monday, October 21, 2019
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Full-Day Bus Tour of Baltimore Area Labyrinths
Led by Pam  White 
Separate $95 Pre-Registration Required


Sit back, relax on a luxury tour bus, and ride along as it stops at a half dozen or more labyrinths in the Baltimore, MD, area. Autumn in Maryland is a lovely time and we will see the best there is to offer, mature trees, countryside settings and historic neighborhoods. The labyrinths we visit will vary. We will walk in the woods, in an historical church, on the grounds of a major medical center, visit a simple well-loved labyrinth in active use on neighborhood church grounds, a lovely setting in one of the more exclusive schools in MD and on a hilltop of a spiritual retreat center. 

Lunch is not included in the registration and will be "on your own" at a mid-day stop with several food locations easily available.

This popular activity has become a well-attended annual event. It is a spectacular way to close the Gathering experience. You can explore the Baltimore the area, walk several unique labyrinths all in one day, and get a ride to the airport!

Register early to guarantee a seat on the bus!

The bus will make a drop-off stop at the BWI airport and the Embassy Suites airport hotel around 4:00 pm before returning to Pearlstone Center.

Please note that there is no Monday night lodging available at Pearlstone.

Both native Californians, Pam White and her husband, John, lived in Glyndon, MD, near Pearlstone, for 11 years. In 2012 they retired and moved to Fenwick Is., DE to be near the sea they love. Pam celebrated the 2000 millennium by becoming a lifetime member of TLS. Her first Gathering was in Fayetteville, AR and she and Kathy Spore co-chaired the 2003 Gathering in Baltimore. Pam received facilitator training from Robert FerrŅ in 1999 with her friend, Nancy Huberth, who was responsible for introducing Pam to labyrinths in 1999 in when they walked together after Nancy’s first Chemo treatment for ovarian cancer which sadly took Nancy’s life in 2002