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A Maze-ing Grace

Labyrinth walkers find enlightenment, get dizzy.

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At today's Exploring the Labyrinth program at Lakewood Public Library, folks have the opportunity to make like lab mice. But there'll be no cheese waiting for those who manage to find their way out of the portable maze. There will be a reward, however. "It helps center [people] in the noisy, busy, and stressful world of today," says Sue Ulmer of Lakewood Congregational Church, which hosts the event. "One enters with a question or problem. And by the end of the walk, one sees the issue of concern from a new perspective."
Tue., Jan. 31, 7 p.m.

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