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Here are five reasons I’m excited for my next date with Mickey. 1. “New” Fantasyland is finally done A serious rethink of the heart of the Magic Kingdom finally wraps May 28, with the debut of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Coaster. This kid-friendly (but fun for all ages) coaster, in the tradition of the timeless Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, will be a must in a part of the park that’s already packed with essential stops. Also new at Fantasyland this spring: the daytime Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade, bringing some of the classics (Peter Pan, Rapunzel, Ariel and the like) to life. 2.
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The Battle to Save the Polynesian Resort Waterfall
So many memoriesthat oddly fantastic smell that immediately brings back childhood memories of past tripsthe real centerpiece of the resort, I realized, will soon be gone forever. I felt I had to do something. So I started a petition to save the Polynesian waterfall area. As of this moment we have over 1,700 signatures. This petition is not meant to divide people as I know there are some that welcome change, as I often do in certain situations that I believe call for it. Its actually meant to bring people together as a way to hopefully get management to realize the connection many of us have with it. I realize Walt wanted his parks to always be in a state of becoming and not a museum. But Walt also believed in a simple concept, as stated in his original Epcot film, that whatever worked became walt disney world package deals the code.
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Members of the East Wake High School music department became stars of their own Disney show April 26, when they entertained resort guests at the EPCOT Park. The group traveled from Wendell to the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida to take part in the Disney Performing Arts program. The East Wake High School Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Amy Parker, performed at the Melody Gardens Theater in the EPCOT Park Saturday afternoon. The chorus performed a variety of numbers including, Bring Me Little Water, Silvy arranged by Moira Smiley with body percussion. Later that day, the East Wake High School Concert Band, under the direction of Alan Mason and Dwayne Barnes, entertained EPCOT Park guests with a crowd-pleasing show. The band attracted a large audience with a medley of songs from the Disney movie Frozen. This was both groups first visit to the resort with the Disney Performing Arts program. Dance, vocal and instrumental ensembles from all around the world apply to perform each year as a part of Disney Performing Arts at both the Disneyland Resort in California and the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Once selected, they are given the opportunity to perform at the resort for an international audience of theme park guests.
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