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The Cathedral’s labyrinth will be available for walking from Monday, March 21 to Friday March 25, from 10am to 4pm daily. All are welcome. Admission is free. 

This labyrinth week will end with with a “Music of the Labyrinth” presentation on Friday March 25 at 7:30pm featuring Ukrainian-Canadian concert pianist, Eugene Skovorodnikov. He will perform in support of his homeland, and to accompany “pilgrims” on their labyrinth journey. Admission is to this special presentation is by donation and will be forwarded to UNICEF Ukraine for humanitarian aid. 

What Are Labyrinths?
Labyrinths are an ancient prayer tool, used by many as a way to release the mind from the myriad of thoughts, and enter into a time of walking in silence and contemplation. For some, the twists and turns of the labyrinth represents the twists and turns of life, and walking the labyrinth can be a way to walk through all the things life throws at us. Whatever your faith or spiritual tradition, you are welcome to walk the labyrinth. 

Eugene Skovorodnikov
Eugene Skovorodnikov has appeared in famous concerts halls throughout Europe, Asia, Latin America, the U.S. and Canada. Born in Luhansk, he is a graduate of Luhansk Music College, Kharkov University of Arts and the St. Petersburg conservatory. Mr. Skovorodnikov came to Canada in 1991 and was subsequently awarded an honorary Doctorate in Musical Arts by Kharkov State University of Arts for his achievements in performance and teaching.