On Friday, June 15, The Voices of Liberty, the a cappella singing group that has made a name for itself at Epcot in WDW debuted at Disneyland at the Opera House on Main Street. Once the announcement came out, there definitely was a buzz around the Disneyland Park, especially by those who had heard the [...]
Author Archive: Mary Jo
On Saturday, June 2nd, my daughter Kelly and I were part of an inaugural tour at the Disneyland Park called Cultivating the Magic, where cast members share their knowledge about the flowers, shrubs, trees, grasses, and other plant life at the Disneyland Park.
This spring, when visiting the Disneyland Resort and looking for a little something different, you might want to check out the Ramona Pageant (aka The Ramona Outdoor Play) that takes place in the inland town of Hemet. The play itself began in 1923, and uses natural landscape as a backdrop to bring a bit of California culture and [...]
I love shopping during the holiday season. I love the sights and smells, the colors, and even the crowds of people looking for that just-right gift. My daughter, Kelly, and I decided to go visit the Disneyland hotels and Downtown Disney to check out some of the shops there. We parked at the Mickey & [...]
Near the Disneyland Resort is the first American theme park ~ Knott’s Berry Farm, and during the holiday season Knott’s is transformed into Knott’s Merry Farm. It has been a long-standing tradition for Knott’s to host a Christmas Crafts Fair in its Ghost Town. Through the years, the crafts fair has changed, and each year [...]
Some of my fondest memories of our visits to Disneyland throughout my younger years include those of going to the Golden Horseshoe Revue. Back when we used to buy individual tickets to get on various attractions this was one of the few that were sponsored, and so this E-ticket worthy show was free to watch. [...]