Virtual Gathering Event

The Dromenon in Contemporary Times: Resilience, Reconnection, and Renewal

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many ways in which we gather in 2020.

The Labyrinth Society Annual Gathering that was originaly planned for 2020 has been postponed to autumn 2021. In its place, this year we will be gathering virtually using Zoom online video conferencing. While this is a new platform for TLS, we are very excited to be able to engage an even wider and more diverse participation of labyrinth enthusiasts from around the world.

The Virtual Gathering theme is
The Dromenon in Contemporary Times: Resilience, Reconnection, and Renewal.

The Virtual Gathering will feature Dr. Jean Houston, fondly called the godmother of the current labyrinth movement in the USA. Jean first introduced the labyrinth, which she called dromeneon, in her Mystery Schools in the early 1980s. 

In addition we will offer a variety of sessions that include international presenters from Costa Rica, Ireland, New Zealand and Portugal as well as the USA.

The day-long Virtual Gathering will take place on Saturday, September 26, 2020, beginning at 10:30 am EDT and ending at 10:00 pm EDT. Sessions will be recorded for ease of access for registered participants only.

Registration for the day-long event will be $100 for TLS members and $125 for non-members. Registration is expected to open by August 15th. Scholarships, for TLS members only, can be requested by contacting David Gallagher.