Labyrinth

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Take a moment to relax with a visit to our newest feature, the Dot Seybold Community Labyrinth. Located at Settlers Green Streetside next to Barley & Salt Tap House and Kitchen, the labyrinth is to honor Dot Seybold, long-time general manager, whom retired in 2020. It is fitting to memorialize her career and spirit with this special place for the community to enjoy and reflect on forever more.

A labyrinth represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world.

There are four benches surrounding the labyrinth to sit and enjoy the mountain views. Each bench includes the words Devote, Innovate, Empower and Honor. Intimate lighting makes it a wonderful opportunity to walk the path in the evening. A fullly landscaped garden including a circle of arborvitae will be added in Spring 2021. 

For directions to the Labyrinth, check out our Art Guide powered by Google Maps.

Considerations for Walking Path

  • The path through the labyrinth constitutes the longest possible way to arrive at the center. It is important not to hurry the experience, but to submit to its structure and discipline.
  • Pass others by stepping to the side and around them. Similarly, step around others walking in the opposite directions.
  • This path is an opportunity for meditation. Walk its circuitous route mindfully.