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Totem: Tell a Story

by Maureen McCabe on August 20, 2013

Totem, Cirque du Soleil: Tell a story of how life began on earth

Win  two tickets to see Totem on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 in Columbus.  Enter the drawing by commenting on the Sunday, August 18, 2013 ColumbusBestBlog.com post.  You can enter the drawing for two tickets to see Totem daily from August 18 to 24, 2013.  Increase your odds by commenting  daily  (one comment per day per person):

Win Tickets to Totem: Cirque du Soleil  in Columbus

Inniswood Garden Story

Tell the story of how life began

“Life began _______”

You can make up a story.  You can retell a story.  You probably don’t want to just cut and paste a story in a comment.  Or maybe you want to.   I would rather you don’t.  Thanks.  You can tell a story in installments in the seven days of the drawing (if you started on Sunday.)   Starting today tell the story of how life began in five installments.  Or tell a new creation story each day. Or tell a story each day you remember to comment from now through Saturday August 24, 2013.

The pavers in the maze at Inniswood Metro Garden tell a story about creation.   The story in the maze at Inniswood  is a Native American myth.

“Place it on my back” said a deep voice.

It was the Great Turtle who came up from the depths.”Totem Cirque du Soleil

I am posting parts of that Native American story told in the maze at Inniswood Metro Garden on the ’365 Things to do in Columbus Ohio’ page on Facebook.   You can tell that story here.  Take a walk in that central Ohio Metro Park this week.  Or tell  parts of that story.  The part of the story  about the Great Turtle.  Or the part of the story about the Muskrat.  The part  of the Native American story about the two Swans…

Buy Tickets to Totem:

Totem tells the story of how life began on earth.  The Cirque Du Soleil site calls Totem “A fascinating journey into the evolution of mankind”

Win Tickets to Totem.

“Life began___________”  Comments are closed on THIS post.  Comments need to be on the Sunday August 18, 2013 post:    Tickets to Totem: Cirque du Soleil in Columbus (first link above):

  1. Spelling does not count.
  2. Grammar does not matter
  3. Punctuation does not count.
  4. Word count does not matter.   Can you tell a creation story with minimal words?  Have at it.
  5. The creation story does not have to make sense.  Myths don’t make a lot of sense… to me anyway.
  6. The creation story can be original.  The creations story can be a creation myth of a culture (don’t cut and paste a myth here please, just paraphrase the story or part of  the story here.)   Or tell part of the Native American creation story told in the maze at Inniswood Garden.
  7. You don’t have to start the story with “Life began_____”
  8. Spambots are disqualified from participating!
  9.  Use a name.
  10. Put your email address in the E-mail box.

How to comment

{ Comments on this entry are closed }  Comment here, comments must  to be on the August 18, 2013 Totem post to be in the drawing.  Thanks

Cirque du Soleil will perform Totem at the Ohio Expo Center under the “Big Top.”

Just tell a story about how life began and evolved that’s the stories in  Totem.

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