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Category Archives: Holiday
Back in the 90s I remember Disneyland used to host a giant pumpkin carver on main street as part of its Halloween events. It looks like they’ve brought the tradition back, albeit on a smaller scale. Still what a talented … Continue reading
Hollywood sensation Geena Davis will headline a list of a dozen celebrities scheduled to host one of the most beloved holiday traditions at Walt Disney World — The Candlelight Processional. This joyous retelling of the Christmas story is accompanied by … Continue reading
A trip to Walt Disney World has become one of the nation’s most popular options for ringing in the new year. Disney has responded by making New Year’s Eve one of the biggest fireworks shows of the year. The resort … Continue reading
One of the most popular portions of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is the ride of the Headless Horseman. A new video reveals just why it’s important that the parade route be completely clear of legs and feet during … Continue reading