Workshop: Finger Labyrinth Journeys with Maia Scott

Friday, 1/22/2021
1:00 - 2:00
Virtual Library

Online Services
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States

Participants will learn about labyrinths; what they are, where they come from and the benefits of walking them. Participants will discover where they can be found today, different ways of walking them and what it feels like. 

Maia Scott is a blind artist, teacher and a certified labyrinth facilitator. She will lead participants in finger walks. Maia Scott is a blind artist, teacher and a certified labyrinth facilitator. She will lead participants in finger walks. Scott is the author of Finger Walks: An Exploration of Labyrinths Through Time and Space.

To register for this workshop, call or email the Talking Books and Braille Center, (415) 557-4253 or

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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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Questions about the program or problems registering? Contact For accommodations (such as ASL interpretation or captioning), call (415) 557-4557 or contact Requesting at least 72 hours in advance will help ensure availability.

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