From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"For many, welcoming the new year involves noise, parties and lots of revelry. The First Universalist Society in Franklin, though, offered a more tranquil way to contemplate 2018 on Sunday evening: a labyrinth walk.
The event, said organizer Judy Swaim, is a tradition at the church - it has been held there every New Year’s Eve for the past 11 years or so.
“It was part of our services this morning, so that was new and kind of fun,” she said. “We get calls about it from all over Massachusetts. People read about it in the paper and want to participate.”
Labyrinths, she said, date back thousands of years and can be found all around the world, having seemingly developed independently in multiple civilizations."Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
|the outdoor labyrinth walk at FUSF on a warmer day|