Some people are just poor navigators and miss a turn every time, and others seem to have compasses in their bellies. If you don’t know which type you are, Duke Chapel can help. Inside the chapel on Feb. 12, adventure lovers, the religious and history buffs will find a canvas Labyrinth from 1 to 5 p.m. A replica of a centuries-old maze at France’s famous Chartres Cathedral, the painted puzzle represents life’s journeys through dead-ends and triumphs. In the center of the labyrinth is a place of meditation and talks about the winding pathways will occur throughout the afternoon, but visitors who just plain love a challenge are welcome. Call 684-2572 for information. —Cynthia Greenlee