Summer Solstice Sunrise Observation

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Rothko Chapel says
Celebrate sunrise on the summer solstice with a labyrinth walk on the Rothko Chapel grounds. Tilt your face toward the east and watch the sunrise on the day when the sun’s rays shine directly down on the earth’s equator. Houston labyrinth duo Reginald Adams and Jay Stailey have created two summer symbols on which we can declare our intentions as we enter this new season. Begin with a brief introduction to labyrinths and intention setting by facilitators Carrie Pillsbury and Karen Kelley at 6:21 AM, and enter the labryinths as the sun's rays begin to light up the sky.

In observation of the Summer Solstice, the Rothko Chapel will be open from sunrise to sunset (approximately 6:22 AM-8:25 PM).

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