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Tag Archives: christmas
Last weekend we were invited to a special preview evening of Celebration Florida’s fantastic family friendly holiday event – Now Snowing. It’s Central Florida’s original and longest-running “snow” event and, it’s free to attend (including free parking). So it’s very … Continue reading
Every year, I make a special trip to Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort to see their giant Christmas Gingerbread House. There are new details everywhere you look, and yet it’s big enough for a full store to be housed inside. So … Continue reading
In just a few days, one of Disney’s oldest and most cherished holiday traditions will return to EPCOT in the Candlelight Processional. The show involves the retelling of the Christmas story by a celebrity narrator accompanied on stage by a … Continue reading
Disney has released a little clip from it’s December 25th release of the Sondheim musical “Into the Woods.” It features a few behind the scenes moments setting up the clip and then you get Meryl Streep, as The Witch, singing … Continue reading