Imagine yourself seated at the Thanksgiving table. Friends and family around. Waiting patiently for the Thanksgiving feast to begin. What better way to fill that time than to spend it with our pals, Chip and Dale?
We thought of a special way to say thanks to our awesome Blog fans with a unique set of printable Chip and Dale placemats – one with an intricate design for you to color and another with fun games to play.
So get those crayons out and create some memories this Thanksgiving!
Not sure what to do with your leftovers from Thanksgiving? In our final turkey-day tip, Lenny DeGeorge, Executive Chef, Concept Development for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, shows us how to make the perfect holiday panini. Watch below!
While you may not have several million lights handy to enjoy at home, you can keep the holiday spirit going wherever you are with the playlist. Remember: this is the finale season to enjoy the lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios through January 3, 2016.
Want to wow your guests with a side that’s just as special as the turkey? Watch below as Lenny DeGeorge, executive Chef, Concept Development for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, shows us a simple way to jazz up your cranberry sauce – they’ll never believe the cranberries came out of a can!
Our guests were treated to an extended performance of “dancing” lights, enjoyed visits with Santa Goofy and music by DJ Elliott, and helped themselves to a holiday dessert selection that included coconut cakes, chocolate wreaths, light bulb cookies, cranberry bread pudding and more.
Check out the photo gallery and video below for more. Keep your eye on the Disney Parks Blog for future event opportunities.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Disneyland Resort, where we’re making the holiday season merry and bright, now through January 6, 2016. If you’re planning to join us during the jolliest time of the year, here are some highlights of our holiday entertainment you won’t want to miss!
Santa Claus – Winnie the Pooh and his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood are welcoming Santa to Critter Country this year, where you’ll find him in a delightful new spot, ready to greet everyone on his list.
“A Christmas Fantasy” Parade – This wonderful daytime procession features more than 100 performers, including Mickey, Minnie, Santa and an array of beloved Disney characters celebrating the holiday season.
Jingle Cruise – A cargo of holiday gifts and decorations have been jettisoned over the jungles of Adventureland, resulting in fun-filled expeditions and a dose of holly jolly hilarity on the classic Jungle Cruise attraction.
“it’s a small world” Holiday – This worldwide celebration of the season brings holiday music, costumes and décor to “The Happiest Cruise That Ever Sailed,” and at night, animated projections and more than 300,000 twinkling LED lights adorn the attraction’s façade with joy and wonder.
“Olaf’s Snow Fest” – Step inside Stage 17 in Hollywood Land for winter fun in the kingdom of Arendelle. There’s a giant play area with real snow, a zippy snow slide, live music from the Frolicking Fjords and the Tubadors and, of course, Olaf himself. Do you wanna build a snowman? Or meet one? This is the place!
“Disney ¡Viva Navidad!“ – This festive celebration of Latino culture and holiday traditions features music, dancing, delicious food, favorite Disney characters and the lively “Disney ¡Viva Navidad! Street Party.”
“World of Color – Winter Dreams” – Paradise Bay at Disney California Adventure park sparkles to life at night with not one, but two splendid versions of the “World of Color” spectacular. For the holiday season, “World of Color – Winter Dreams” includes classic wintertime scenes from beloved stories such as “Bambi,” “Toy Story” and “Frozen.” Each night, you can also enjoy “World of Color – Celebrate!” Part of the Disneyland Resort Diamond Celebration, this version of the show is a colorful, surprise-filled tribute to Walt Disney and his dreams of Disneyland.
Disneyland Resort Diamond Celebration – For 2015, the entire holiday season comes with a shimmering sprinkle of Diamond Celebration pixie dust, as our stunning 60th celebration continues, giving you even more chances to marvel at the dazzling “Paint the Night” Parade and the immersive new fireworks spectacular, “Disneyland Forever.”
In our last video, Lenny DeGeorge, Executive Chef, Concept Development for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, showed us how to expertly carve your holiday turkey. Today, we’re learning about the “secret turkey tidbit,” one of Chef Lenny’s favorite cuts of turkey that many people overlook. Where can you find this delicious bite? Watch below to find out!
Did you catch our live stream of The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights earlier tonight? We’ve been getting a lot of questions about the songs played during the show, so we decided to share our two expanded “Dancing Lights” playlists here with you! Enjoy!
Dancing Lights – Set #1
“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”
Dancing Lights – Set #2
“March of the Wooden Soldiers”
“Christmas is Starting Now”
“I’m Gettin’ Nothin’ for Christmas”
As a reminder, the finale season of Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights can be enjoyed at Disney’s Hollywood Studios through January 3, 2016.
Thanks for joining us for tonight’s live stream of the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. While our live stream event has concluded, here’s your chance to scroll through the lights yourself.
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