Macleay Valley
Arts Council Inc

Gladstone Mind Labyrinth - BUILDING

  • 21 Nov 2020
  • 10:00 AM
  • Gladstone Riverside Park

Registration

  • Assemble the Labyrinth using bricks purchased by yourself and others!
  • Wander the Mind Labyrinth from 5:30pm.
    Screening of The Labyrinth movie from 8pm.
    BYO picnic and blanket. Gold coin donation.

Registration is closed


Navigating the Labyrinth of Mental Health
in Gladstone this November

This November the community is encouraged to come together to build a Labyrinth for mental health. An allocation of 2000 bricks made from recycled milk bottles will be used and are available to purchase to help the build. Local café Steam & Cedar will be selling them throughout the month, as well as Coastline branches or online HERE.

The build kicks off at 10am on Saturday, November 21, with a BBQ breaky available, and coffee flowing. Following the build, the Labyrinth will be in place in the Gladstone Memorial park for a week. Visitors can walk the mind-maze and take time to reflect, meditate, or simply clear their mind.

The following Saturday, November 28, a Mental Health Market will start from 5:30 with an outdoor cinema screening of Bowie’s 90s classic, The Labyrinth from 8pm. Entry is by donation, so bring a picnic and something comfy to sit on.

Proceeds from the event will go towards the Macleay Valley Arts Council, Life Education Australia, and the Movember Foundation.

EVENT DETAILS

  • Labyrinth build: Sat 21 Nov, 10am – 2pm
  • Labyrinth open to the public: Sat 21 Nov – Sun 29 Nov
  • Cinema under the stars: Sat 28 Nov, 7:30pm for 8pm screening, BYO picnic + seating
  • Labyrinth pack-up: Sun 29 Nov, 4pm
  • Enquiries: Daniel MacDonald 0403 042 529

BRICK DETAILS

  • Bricks purchased for the project can be returned to the purchaser.
  • Remaining bricks will be donated to build garden beds in local schools
  • Each brick is made of 40 recycled milk bottles
  • Port Macquarie business, Doppio or Nothing, runs a recycling program that sees the milk bottles from local cafes collected and recycled into these bricks

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