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#TweetBlog Friday Fun with Disney Duct Tape

Disney Princess duct tape purse

My daughter is quite the duct tape diva. A couple years ago, she established her own etsy shop called Pink All That to sell her creations. She has made wallets, checkbook covers, phone cases, pencil toppers, bracelets, hair bows, and more! And although the shop is not currently active, she still loves to make things. […]

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#TweetBlog Thursday: FastPass to History Disneyland TV Show

Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse Disneyland Show

This week in Disney history, on October 27, 1954, the Emmy Award-winning Disneyland television show aired on ABC, starring Walt Disney. #TweetBlog Thursday: #FP2History This week in #Disney history…Click To TweetPowered By CoSchedule Link up your Disney history post at Frontierland Station’s FastPass to History linky! NOTE: This post is part of the 31 Days for […]

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Tiggerific Tuesday Disney Trivia: Disney Christmas Clothes

Disney Christmas hoodies

DID YOU KNOW that you can already shop for Disney-themed holiday clothing? Order now so you’ve got your wardrobe ready to wear to the taping of Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort’s annual Christmas parade! [While no official date has been released yet for the taping, it is expected to take place on Friday, […]

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Disney Youth Programs: Performing Arts Workshops, Festivals & Competitions

Disney Performing Arts

We’re wrapping up this month’s discussion about the Disney Youth Programs offered at both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort. (Click the link to view related articles.) We’ve provided an overview of all programs and have taken a look at what is offered within each category. Having experienced a showcase of several courses, I […]

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Oat & Corn Meal Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Walnuts & Cranberries

Oat & Corn Meal Chocolate Chunk Cookies

When you’re at the Disney Parks, do you ever run out of steam? “Uh, yeah,” you say, right? You might even say, “Duh!” I know how it goes. You fuel up with a good breakfast, but then you spend so much energy getting where you want to go that your feet start dragging before it’s […]

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#TweetBlog Thursday FastPass to History: Ken Anderson

Ken Anderson Disneylandia

According to The Imagineering Field Guide to Disneyland (Disney Editions, 2008), Ken Anderson, aka Walt’s 10th Old Man, was the first animator enlisted by Walt Disney to work on precursors to Disneyland, beginning with his drawings for the Disneylandia minatures. Ken had been a distinguished animator and art director on several of the films portrayed […]

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Tiggerific Tuesday Disney Trivia: Sleeping Beauty Castle

Sleeping Beauty Castle

Did you know this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Disney Trivia about Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle? The top portion of Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle originally faced the other way, toward the park entrance. When the Park was still in planning phase, Herb Ryman, WDI artist extraordinaire, decided the courtyard should face the rear and rearranged the model […]

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Disney Youth Programs: Individual Enrollment, Disney Student Seminars, Kingdom Keepers Quest, & Disney YES College Edition

Disney Youth

If you’ve been following along, each Monday this month we’ve been talking about Disney Youth Programs, a series of educational courses and performance programs that take place in and around both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort that offer kids exciting ways to learn while they play with the magic of Walt Disney entertainment. […]

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Magical Mouse Schoolhouse on Mom Talk Radio

Mom Talk Radio

This past week I was interviewed by Maria Bailey, host of Mom Talk Radio. Although our phone call was abbreviated by technical issues, I was thrilled to be featured on her weekly show. We got to chat a bit about Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, from how it all began to what it has become; the Magical […]

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Disney Youth Programs: Applied Sciences & Environmental Studies

Disney Youth Applied Science and Environmental Studies

We are back this beautiful Monday morning, continuing a series on Disney Youth Program offerings. This week we’ll focus on the Youth Education Series Applied Science & Environmental Studies. Classes are designed for elementary, middle grade, and high school students, and, like the Liberal Arts and Leadership Development courses we looked at last week, last […]

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