What is the Labyrinth on the clocktower?

What is a labyrinth?

A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the

imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path.

A labyrinth looks like a maze but is not. A maze is like a puzzle to be solved.

It has twists and turns and dead ends. You have to think and think and be

alert for any clues you may find. A maze can be frustrating, frightening, or

challenging. You can get lost in a maze.

A labyrinth, unlike a maze, has no dead ends. There is only one path, and

while it does have twists and turns, you can’t get lost. The same path takes

you into the labyrinth and out again. With a labyrinth you don’t have to

think, or analyze, or solve a problem.

With a labyrinth you just trust that the path will lead you to where you need

to be.

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1. This is my first time attending an event at Mizner Park Amp, what should I know?
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3. What is the first step I take if I'm interested in renting the amphitheater?
4. I lost something at the amphitheater. Who can I contact about any items that lost or found?
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6. What do I do if it rains?
7. What am I allowed / not allowed to bring inside the amphitheater?
8. If the event is cancelled and I have a ticket, who do I contact?
9. I am coming to the amphitheater for a concert. Can I bring my chair in?
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11. What is the Labyrinth on the clocktower?