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PETERBOROUGH

Preparation and reflection

  • Terry Garland of Wilton stands in the center of the Peterborough Labyrinth on New Year's Eve. One of the first people to enter the labyrinth, Garland and his family walked the winding path. Unlike other labyrinths, the Peterborough Labyrinth is not a maze. It is just one, long path leading to the center, and is used for contemplation and meditation.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Terry Garland of Wilton stands in the center of the Peterborough Labyrinth on New Year's Eve. One of the first people to enter the labyrinth, Garland and his family walked the winding path. Unlike other labyrinths, the Peterborough Labyrinth is not a maze. It is just one, long path leading to the center, and is used for contemplation and meditation.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • Dorothy Yanish and Rob Eichler of Peterborough lay down masking tape to create a labyrinth in the Peterborough Town House on New Year's Eve.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Dorothy Yanish and Rob Eichler of Peterborough lay down masking tape to create a labyrinth in the Peterborough Town House on New Year's Eve.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. About 15 volunteers spend several hours laying out the labyrinth, based on the medieval labyrinth on the floor of the Chartres Cathedral in France. <br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. About 15 volunteers spend several hours laying out the labyrinth, based on the medieval labyrinth on the floor of the Chartres Cathedral in France.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • Soosen Dunholter of Peterborough says that after helping to create the Peterborough Labyrinth, she walks it every New Year's Eve and New Year's Day to help her transition into the new year. <br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Soosen Dunholter of Peterborough says that after helping to create the Peterborough Labyrinth, she walks it every New Year's Eve and New Year's Day to help her transition into the new year.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

  • Terry Garland of Wilton stands in the center of the Peterborough Labyrinth on New Year's Eve. One of the first people to enter the labyrinth, Garland and his family walked the winding path. Unlike other labyrinths, the Peterborough Labyrinth is not a maze. It is just one, long path leading to the center, and is used for contemplation and meditation.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Dorothy Yanish and Rob Eichler of Peterborough lay down masking tape to create a labyrinth in the Peterborough Town House on New Year's Eve.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. About 15 volunteers spend several hours laying out the labyrinth, based on the medieval labyrinth on the floor of the Chartres Cathedral in France. <br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Soosen Dunholter of Peterborough says that after helping to create the Peterborough Labyrinth, she walks it every New Year's Eve and New Year's Day to help her transition into the new year. <br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • The labyrinth built in the Town Hall in Peterborough let residents wander through the twisting path of meditation on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.<br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
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