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Tag Archives: Halloween
It’s going to bee a not-so-scary time aboard the Disney Cruise Line this Halloween. The four ships will treat guests sailing during late October to a spook-tacular good time with special activities and holiday themed events. Guests of all ages … Continue reading
It won’t just be dozens of glow merchandise carts and the Headless Horseman that precedes the nightly parade at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this year, Main Street USA will be home a new dance party the “Not So … Continue reading
As I was walking through Disney’s Hollywood Studios on Saturday, I spotted a merchandise display all set up with new Halloween themed merchandise for 2012. The merchandise team has really generated some great creative this year. From the Fab Four … Continue reading
Enrichment is a key part of the animal care program at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Often enrichment involves treats, such as foods, toys, or fragrances, that prompt animals to explore, make choices and maintain a level of activity in their habitat … Continue reading