TLS Members e-Newsletter

Members eNewsletter
At least four times a year, TLS members are rewarded at their inboxes with a copy of the Labyrinth Society e-newsletter. It serves as a means of direct communication with the membership and provides an historical record of the Society.

03. International Labyrinth Community

TLS Requests YOUR Input on Sharing Labyrinth Outdoor LabyrinthExpertise!

The TLS Website redesign is underway and Education Outreach is a large and dynamic component of the site, offering resources to those initiating labyrinth projects and installations in their areas of the world. Because we serve the global community, we want to include international perspectives within the resources offered on the web site. Specifically, we need members of TLS located outside the U.S. who are interested in writing text for web pages covering the following areas:

  • Labyrinths in Schools
  • Labyrinths in Hospitals/Medical Settings
  • Labyrinths in Public Spaces - city and town parks and recreational areas
  • Labyrinths in Prisons
  • Labyrinths in Retreat Centers/Spas
  • Labyrinths in Churches
  • Labyrinths for Kids
  • Labyrinths in the Arts
  • Other labyrinth use not mentioned above

These pages can be brief. Please cover the following topic areas and anything else you feel is pertinent:

  • Benefits: for the organization, community, or group as well the individual(s)
  • Important information/guidance for people and organizations who want to approach their organization in the above-listed areas about incorporating the use or installation of labyrinths

A sample page can be sent to you upon request. Bilingual articles are welcome but one of the languages needs to be English. If you agree to write content for any of these categories, you would be specifically credited as the writer, with a link to your website and/or email provided at the base of the web page. If you are interested in helping out, please email the TLS Educational Outreach Chair or contact by phone at 585-967-0009.