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Saturday, October 10, 2020

Oct 11: BONUS In-Person Socially Distanced DUP at Como Labyrinth


Posted by Conie Borchardt on Thursday, October 8, 2020

Adam and I recently pondered the possibility of holding some Dances of Universal Peace outside, masked and socially distanced.  In Minnesota, the time for warm weather gatherings is dwindling, so we're hosting an impromptu gathering this weekend!  Join us if you're available.  

When:  Sunday, October 11, 2020, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Where:  Como Park Labyrinth

The labyrinth is tucked high on a hill just west of Lexington Parkway, across from the Pavilion and the Lake.  Parking is close by in the Butterfly lot.  You can also park in the pavilion parking lot and take the pedestrian bridge over Lexington; the labyrinth is just on the other side.  

If you're unfamiliar with the park, please plan for ample time to find us (and explore the conservatory and zoo if you have extra time!).  

What To Bring:  *mask*, water, camp chair, personal snacks (no sharing), whatever else you may need to be comfortable outside mid afternoon in October...

If you are a dance leader, we would love to have you lead a dance!  

Other Useful Details:
- If the Dances of Universal Peace are new to you, read more about our experience here (plus ways to connect locally) and at the North America organization's webpage.  
- We will be having a 15-minute social break in the middle, thus the invitation to bring a chair, personal snack, etc.  
- There are three portapotties by the Pavillion. 
The restaurant at the Pavilion, Dock & Paddle, is open 9a-3p on Sunday, if you'd like to arrive early for a snack.  
- The Como Labyrinth is a unique design called Global Harmony to commemorate the Sister City relationship between St. Paul and Nagasaki, Japan. Can you see the two hands? Learn more about it here and here.

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