Celtic Twilight: A Labyrinth Talk and Film Screening at Innisfree Farm
April 24 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Celtic Twilight is a healing event that features “Labyrinths: Ancient Paths for Modern Seekers” a talk by Lisa Moriarity and “Enbarr, Horse of the Sea” a short film premiere by Sarah Kiani. This event takes place at Innisfree Farm located at 13575 Hilary Path, Hastings, Mn 55033. There is a fee of $10 at the gate.
Labyrinths: Ancient Paths for Modern Seekers
Labyrinths are ancient symbols over 4,000 years old and found around the world. Discover their mysterious history, including old and new locations in Ireland, and how the labyrinth has been re-discovered today to meet the needs of our modern society. Time will be allowed to experience a walkable labyrinth on site.
Lisa Gidlow Moriarty is a professional labyrinth maker and facilitator. She is an internationally recognized presenter who designs and installs labyrinths for schools, hospitals, churches, and individuals, having made well over 100 labyrinths, across the USA and beyond. Lisa travels internationally to explore the ancient labyrinth and leads spiritual pilgrimages in Ireland and France. Lisa is past president of the international Labyrinth Society and owner of Paths of Peace in Stillwater, MN.
Sarah Kiani is an actor, writer, and therapist. She is the founder and director of Enchanted Forest Children‘s Theater, a company member of Celtic Phoenix Theater, and founder and Executive Director of Hope Tree Counseling Services. Her creative work strives to weave the ancient and modern narratives found in Celtic mythology and lore to preserve the history of oral traditions while inspiring hope and healing with animals and nature. “Enbarr, Horse of the Sea” is Sarah’s first film.