In The Parks - Disneyland, Knott's Preserved, Earth Day, and More
by, 04-22-2010 at 09:04 PM
Are you a theme park lover? If you are, you'll be happy you stopped by today. We've got lots of photos and news from Disneyland, California Adventure, Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm, Six Flags, and tons of local fairs, events, and attractions.
The In The Parks blog celebrates Southern California area attractions and theme parks. And we think this is a simply fantastic time of year to get out and explore the area attractions. Spring break crowds have FINALLY disappeared and if you are able to take a mid week trip to your favorite attraction, you'll likely be one of the few people there. Of course, there is rarely an off season on the weekends these days, but you are not likely to encounter the sorts of crowds we have been tortured with for the last couple of months. We have so much to get to today . . .
The Disneyland Resort is firing on all cylinders these days. Construction is going full blast at California Adventure with a couple high profile openings just around the corner. Disneyland park is finishing up a major refurbishment of the Rivers of America and Fantasmic! Changes are coming to Downtown Disney and the Disneyland Hotel. And the Food and Wine Festival is in full swing. Let's take a look.
There are even some fun tid bits for us to report on from Disneyland's shopping district.
Over at World of Disney, you'll find new retro toys which have been released just in time for Toy Story 3DISNEY'S CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE
New Star Wars Disney Poster Puzzles are also available in World of Disney
Downtown Disney's Jamba Juice Location is undergoing
refurbishment and will return within a month to serve up your favorite fruit smoothie
The Disney-hip 'D Street' has been doing well since it's opening last year and has begun to feature the newly acquired Marvel properties
This adorable finger puppets can be found at Kitson Kids. Just perfect for torturing the cat.
Disneyland ParkAs the Rivers of America refurbishment project plows along to its finish, we are beginning to see the details emerge from every corner of the river. scaffolds have come down from the former "Burning Cabin" at the bend in the river to reveal a change in theme. The Matterhorn is still running empty Bobsleds, but we got an explanation of what is happening there.
In Disneyland Showcase, more celebration merchandise has shown up.
Wedding mouse ears and Graduation Mickey's arrived Monday morning.
Rivers of America gets closer to it's scheduled May 7th re-opening date as more plants arrive to decorate the riverbanks. The animals along the river have received a nice cleaning as well and more rock beds are being laid. The Mark Twain will miss the May 7th reopening date due to being down for an extended amount of refurbishment. However all other river attractions are set to reopen on the 7th.
The Dock receives fresh paint along with new landscaping
The dock, directly adjacent to the entrance for Big Thunder mountain, receives some much needed TLC.
The Tom Sawyer Raft dock, in the foreground (left),
is awaiting new planking
More River Traffic. Ahhhh, yes - the famous white pickups of the Old West!
The Sailing Ship Columbia see's the new track creeping closer to it's base
Workers climb the mast of the Columbia
The Canoe dock has a new foundation and is prepared
for new wooden planks
The back end of the island is now receiving it's new "Themed" landscaping treatment. Different parts of the river are reported to be planted with flora reminiscent of different parts of the country.
The Keel Boat is receiving aging treatment and is under tarps right now.
Which is funny, since I'm under tarps for my anti-aging treatments. Everything new is old again . . .
The "Burning" Cabin's tarps have been removed, revealing a . . . Tree House? Could it be that Tom and Huck have taken over ownership of the former burning cabin? Certainly, the storyline has changed here.
We expect a new narration on the train and big ships which explains this and other story changes around the river.
dear, oh dear
Recent testing on the tracks of the Matterhorn has been conducted with new bobsleds. The new sleds have been designed to hold a minimum of six single riders per dispatch (3 in each car). No more snuggling with your honey. The testing is just to check out the new cars, work out the kinks, and make sure that the new vehicles keep riders within the envelope of safety.
The Matterhorn Bobsleds are scheduled to return Saturday April 24th (just in time for the MiceChat Gumball Rally)
The current Bobsled vehicles were testing Wednesday morning.
We won't see the new vehicles in operation anytime soon. However, when the attraction goes down for it's next annual refurbishment, the load area will receive newly configured safety gates to match with the new seating configuration and the new bobsleds should be introduced. The unload area will then receive new technology that will unlock the seat belts automatically. This will ensure that riders will "remain seated with their seat belt fastened" until they reach the unload area.
Though, as a reminder, with Disney, NOTHING is ever certain - even after it happens. This is just the current plan.
Disneyland's looking swell, isn't it folks?
DCA's Epic Construction projects are continuing nicely, with several projects wrapping up soon. The annual Food and Wine Festival has also gotten underway, though it is a bit pinched by all the construction in the park. The Red Car Trolley Line, The Little Mermaid dark ride, World Of Color, Silly Symphony Swings, Carsland, refurbishment of the Trattoria restaurant and Golden Vine Winery, and finishing touches on Paradise Park make California Adventure the grand prize winner for construction photo-ops.
Unfortunately, the construction has significantly affected this year's Food and Wine Festival. Since the Trattoria is being remolded, there is no Sparkle bar this year, which was a big hit with guests in previous years. The nightly wine receptions (on the lower reception patio of the Trattoria) were also canceled for this year. Still, the Food and Wine Festival manages to entertain and fill a much loved niche.
As guests enter the park there is a festival welcome area to the right where the old stroller rental location was (behind the tile mural).
A large map lets visitors know where all of the Food
and Wine offerings can be found.
Merchandise greets visitors in the Sunshine Plaza
Beer and Wine walks line the Performance Corridor (which is a great spot for them)
The old Hollywood and Dine location has been nicely re purposed as the center of the Food and Wine Festival.
The Wine Seller location acts as the festival store. Here
merchandise and bottles of wine can be purchased.
A new food service location offers reasonably priced food tastes along with wine selections. Still no wine flights are available.
New Coca-Cola self serve machines offer
over a hundred flavor variations.
John Lasseter of Pixar fame discusses another of his passions - Wine!Brady MacDonald from the LA Times sat down with John Lasseter and his lovely wife Nancy to discuss his passion for wine making.
There are four great videos, but I thought I'd include this one here as a sample of what you'll find at the link below:
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yaxVI-jeKI&feature=player_embedded"]YouTube- Disney's Food & Wine Fest - Vineyard Train[/ame]
Video Q&A: Pixar chief John Lasseter talks about Lasseter Family Winery - Travel - LATimes.com
Hollywood Pictures Backlot - Red Car Trolley Construction
More walls have come down along the Hollywood route...
Walls have sprung up, blocking access to the Tower of Terror Fastpass Machines. The the entrance of Tower and the nearby path to Bug's Land have both been blocked.
The temporary side entrance to Tower of Terror near the exit of the ride. That is the gift shop door you see on the left.
The temporary entrance works fine.
In Bug's Land: No access to Hollywood Pictures Backlot for you!
Not much has changed in the Pier from our last visit, but we do have some great shots to share.
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Undersea Adventure attraction is going up at a rapid pace
The Steel frame is nearly complete and the roofing has begun taking it's place on top of the structure.
Paradise Park's planks and stage are nearly finished
Silly Symphony Swings:
The lower queue area has received some roofing. There's clearly room on the lower level for some additional theme elements. There is certainly some opportunity to plus this off the shelf attraction (the clone of which we rode at Knott's Berry Farm last weekend).
Hills and valleys are really starting to take shape. Lasseter reportedly took a tour of the construction site and was excited by what he saw.
World of Color:
The water show has been on track for it's June 11th premier
The show has even been viewed (in mostly complete form) by Disney CEO, Bob Iger. Who is happy now that he's gotten his way on changes to the show.
This past weekend, Knott's presented a very special event - The launch of a historical book about the park's exciting and interesting past. The [ame="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1883318971?ie=UTF8&tag=micechat-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=1883318971"]Knott's Preserved: From Boysenberry to Theme Park, the History of Knott's Berry Farm[/ame] book event featured tours of Ghost Town, a multimedia presentation on how Knott's transitioned from a berry farm to a full fledged theme park, a panel discussion with the ride designers (many Imagineers among them), and a signing by the book's authors Christopher Merritt (former Imagineer) and Eric Lynxwiler (LA historian). The forward of the book was written by Tony Baxter, who was also on hand.
The tour began on Knott's Main Street, with accounts
of how and why this ghost town was built
The tour included fascinating information on where the buildings came from and their historical significance. Knott's should absolutely hire these guys to give premium tours on the weekends.
Yesterland founder, Werner Weiss, gets his book
signed by Christopher Merritt
Tony Baxter ponders what sort of mean thing to write in Dusty's book (not really, he was actually very nice). That's Eric Linxwhiler next to Tony.
The Catawumpus makes it's charming return to the park (complete with glowing eyes and cow noises)
Early photo during the construction of Knott's Berry Tales
The evening panel Discussion featured Chris Crump, Rolly Crump (Knott's Berry Tales and legendary Disney Imagineer), Christopher Merritt (author and former Imagineer), Dean Davisson (marketing and PR flack), Rick Campbell (art director for the Roaring 20's), Eddie Soto (Soap Box Racers and former Imagineer), Eric Lynxwhiler (author and historian), and John Waite (one of the fathers of the Halloween Haunt)
It was an absolutely amazing and once in a lifetime sort of event. The book and tours made such a profound impact on us that Fishy and I bought annual passes to the park. True, much has been lost at Knotts, but so many treasures remain in Ghost Town and beyond that we really want to support the park that Walt built - Walter Knott that is
I really think you'll enjoy reading [ame="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1883318971?ie=UTF8&tag=micechat-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creative%20ASIN=1883318971"]Knott's Preserved: From Boysenberry to Theme Park, the History of Knott's Berry Farm[/ame]
Then, take what you've learned and visit the park again. Take the time to visit each of the buildings in Ghost Town, look for the remains of the Roaring 20's, and explore the history of Orange County's original theme park. you'll be surprised but how much charm is left at Knott's in the areas untouched by big metal coasters.
F!an is back with even more photos and news from Universal Studios Hollywood. The park is really stepping up its game and construction is going fast.
A lot of work is being done at the former Backdraft and Special effects Stages. A large crane is removing what looks like air conditioning and ventilation units from the roof of the Backdraft attraction.
The Fast and the Furious portion of the Studio Tour has reopened after a brief refurb with no noticeable changes. The earthquake sound stage was running in B-Mode as the train was running late and didn't derail during the earthquake. A very odd thing happened during the photo shot at the War of the Worlds crash set. A man in the second car climbed over the safety gate (ignoring the tram operator's instructions to stay in the tram), went behind one of the house facades on the right side of the tram, relieved himself, climbed back over the safety gate, and took his seat. Security was called. The man was removed from the tram (still e-stopped in the War of the Worlds set) and taken away. Kudos to the Studio Tour guide for keeping his cool and not letting it affect him.
The outer framework of the new Kong sound stage is now enclosed. The Collapsing Bridge is still closed due to Kongstruction and the lake below it is still drained as well.
Rain this week drained the park of its normal crowds
(The Simpson ride is normally 45min minute wait or longer)
Sir Clinksalot takes a quick trip to Six Flags to check on the current state of the park for MiceChat. He finds the park nearly empty. This is a great time of year to visit local attractions in the middle of the week.
The kids are at school. And it seems like I've got the park all to myself.
X2 a walk on? Yeah, weekday visits are the way to go.
Over at the back end of the park, Cyclone Bay, the Mr. Six Dance Coaster site is being prepped for vertical construction.
Magic Mountain is making every effort to plus the experience with their slowly growing budget. Props along the Batman queue, for instance, have made a return.
Joker Green insinuates the presence of this villain favorite.
Aquarium of the Pacific Earth Day Celebration
Learn what you can do to help our ocean planet at the Aquarium of the Pacific’s ninth annual Earth Day Celebration. Join the Aquarium for a weekend of family fun celebrating Earth Day while learning simple, everyday tips to protect our environment. Visit booths from various earth-friendly organizations and participate in hands-on learning demonstrations for people of all ages. FREE with admission. Sat, Apr 24 & Sun, Apr 25, 9 am - 5 pm - Aquarium of the Pacific, 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach
Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival
Great Western Music and Cowboy Poetry, authentic cowboy gear, food, and more, at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio. April 24th and 25th Time: Daily. Cost: General Admission:$20, $10 kids; $40-$80 for tours, special events. cowboyfestival.org
Cambria Wildflower Show
A display of fresh wildflowers collected from the Monterey County line to the Morro Bay Estuary and from the coastal bluffs to the ridge of the Santa Lucia Mountains. Donation at the door $2 Students of all ages FREE. Sat. 12-5 pm Sun. 10am-5pm Cambria Vets' Hall, Cambria, CA.
Pacific Coast Dream Machines
Showcase of motorized mechanical marvels from 20th and 21st centuries — more than 2,000 antique, vintage, classic, custom and exotic displays for public viewing. Automobiles ranging from hot rods, dragsters, customs, low riders, imports, street machines and muscle cars to fanciful touring, luxury, and sports cars; also exceptional vintage warbirds, classics from the 40’s and 50’s and homebuilt aircraft, tricked out trucks and motorcycles, model-T fire engines, one-of-a-kind gas and steam-powered engines and tractors, rides on a helicopter, bi-plane, military jet and airship, kinetic art, rolling sculptures, extreme toys, mega-modified machines, a special display of advanced “green” technology/alternative fuel vehicles, kid’s amusements, food, and live music. Sunday, April 25, 2010 Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $20; $10 senior. Location: Half Moon Bay Airport, Half Moon Bay, CA.
Taste of Huntington Beach
One single ALL-INCLUSIVE TICKET is the only thing you need for endless, delectable samples. Then, pair your favorite "tastes" with a variety of wine and beer samples! Continue to "taste" the afternoon away, while enjoying the live entertainment and the fabulous silent auction. All of this for one price, while supporting children's programming and literacy in Huntington Beach! Huntington Beach Sports Complex with outdoor tents. Sunday, April 25, 2010 from 12 Noon till 4pm. Taste of Huntington Beach - Coming Soon!
Newport Beach Film Festival
Showcasing more than 350 films from around the world, offering an ambitious and international selection of features, shorts, documentaries and animation that will compete for Jury and Audience awards. April 22-29 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival
Floral Park Home and Garden Tour of Santa Ana
Once again the Floral Park Neighborhood, recipient of Neighborhoods USA's "Neighborhood of the Year", will be hosting its annual Home and Garden Tour. Whether experiencing a stroll through the beautiful vintage homes and gardens, searching for treasures at the Antique & Collectables Sale, viewing the Classic Automobile Display, or enjoying a snack at the food and drink concessions, you will surely leave the Floral Park Home & Garden Tour with nostalgic memories of a day well spent. April 24-25, 20101- am - 4 pm Home & Garden Tour
Doheny Wood Dana Point
April 24, 2010 Show is free to woodie owners and spectators. The state beach does have a park entry fee. Over 150 classic wooden cars, surf wagons will be on display. Along with many great raffle prizes including a Dewey Weber long board made just for the woodie show. State Park entry fee: $10 Doheny State Beach [south end of park]
EARTH DAY EVENTSLancaster Poppy Festival
Lancaster invites the public to celebrate its spring bounty of flowers, food, festivities, and fun, in a celebration that includes elements such as an art show, carnival, concerts with great bands, and lots of activities for the kids.
A-Fair 2 Remember
This 2 day outdoor arts and crafts fair features ceramics, glass, paintings, jewelry, photography, clothing and bronze marine life statues.
Morro Bay Kite Festival
This is a free event. Fun for the family sponsored by the Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce. Call: (805) 772-4467
Petaluma Butter & Egg Days Parade & Celebration attracts more than 30,000 people to downtown Petaluma. With a fire fighters' cow pie throwing contest, cutest little chick in town contest and big parade with the butter and eggs theme, this is one of the unique events that Petaluma is known for. Location: Historic Downtown Petaluma, CA. April 24, 2010 Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. petalumadowntown.com
Whittier Antique Street Faire
The Uptown Association has partnered with the largest antique center in Southern California, the King Richard's Antique Center to present "not your typical grandmother's antique faire." At the center of the faire, a wide variety of antique collectibles to suit everyone's interests will be available, from memorabilia to glassware to antique furniture. Antique shops, vintage shops, museums & art galleries, and food featuring "vintage fare", from local eateries will provide complete entertainment and shopping opportunities. Raffle drawings will be held throughout the day. April 24, 2010 Time: 9am - 4pm. Address: 13000 block of Philadelphia Street between Painter Ave and Greenleaf Ave. Cost: Free. whittieruptown.org
Newport Beach Yacht Race
Starts Friday, April 23, 2010 including America's Cup More than 600 boats race including America's Stars and Stripes from Newport Beach to Ensenada, Mexico starts off Balboa Pier.
Seal Beach Classic Car Show
Saturday April 24, 2010 Check out the 23rd Annual Seal Beach Classic Car show featuring nearly 500 Classic Cars, World Famous N.H.R.A Vintage Dragsters, and several Special Exhibits. There will be a Pancake Breakfast hosted by the Seal Beach Lions at 7 am. FREE. Sat, Apr 24, 10 am - Main Street, Seal Beach Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce
Annual Street Painting Festival of the Arts
April 24-25, 2010 This extraordinary 16th century Italian art form of street painting creative by artist known as "Madonnari" is a performance art where the emphasis is placed on the experience. Artist from all over will transform and capture amazing beauty of art using pastel chalk as the medium to blend onto asphalt as their canvases. With each artist's techniques and their enthusiasm for the love of art you can truly experience the metamorphosis around you. Norman P. Murray Community Center 24932 Veterans Way at La Paz Rd Mission Viejo. Fun With Chalk 2010
Children's Arts Festival
Free Arts and crafts booths, interactive workshops, music and dance performances, and much much more! Walter D. Ehlers Recreation Community Center; 8150 Knott Avenue; Buena Park, CA 90620 Friday, April 23, 2010 3:30 - 7:30 p.m.
The Roots Fest on Adams
San Diego is a FUN, FREE two-day music festival which focuses on the promotion, preservation and performance of local and nationally touring musical acts. The Adams Avenue Business Association will proudly present the 37th Annaul Roots Fest on Adams on Saturday and Sunday, April 24 & 25 2010. www.adamsavenuebusiness.com/content/events-0
Mission Federal ArtWalk San Diego's
San Diego's largest art and music festival celebrates both visual and performing arts. The 26 year tradition takes place on the streets of San Diego's hippest artistic community: Little Italy. 300+ artists including a large installation of Mexican artists. April 24 and 25th 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Mission Federal ArtWalk San Diego
Proceeds benefit music programs for Orange County K-12 music programs and is sponsored by Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee. Time 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location:16400 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA. Across from beach. Cost: Free. Free on-site parking is also available.
Huntington Beach Earth Day Beach Cleanup
The Earth Day Beach Cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, April 24, from 9:00am to Noon. Volunteers will be meeting on the North side of the Huntington Beach Pier. Cleaning supplies and free parking will be provided. For more information, please call (714) 536-5614. Sat, Apr 24, 9 - noon - Huntington Beach Pier, North side, Huntington Beach
Northridge Whole Children, Whole Planet 2010
This year's FREE community event will feature non-stop education for all those willing to learn – kids, students, parents, teachers, friends, grandparents – with FREE workshops throughout the day, hands-on enrichment projects for kids, and healthy entertainment - for all ages., Apr 24, 9:30 am - 6 pm - Highland Hall, Waldorf School, 17100 Superior St, Northridge
Malibu Eco Fair
The City of Malibu is co-sponsoring this "show of a lifetime" that will both celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day and educate people on ways to save our earth. This project is a huge collarboration of local Malibu youth dancers, actors, and musicians with the central theme being to conserve, reuse, recycle and regenerate. This great event will host vendors and exhibits that will showcase eco friendly businesses, products, and ideas for the next generation. The "eco fair" is free to the public. Sat, Apr 24, 4 pm - 7 pm - New City Hall (Former Malibu Center for Performing Arts), 23825 Stuart Ranch Road, Malibu
Redondo Beach Sea Lab
Free aquarium tours and eco-friendly activities. Trade your plastic bags for a reusable tote, Clothes drive and recycle your old shoes, beach clean ups and hands-on demonstrations, children's corner and much more. Free and open to the public. Sat, Apr 24, 10 am - 2 pm - Sea Lab, 1021 North Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach
Earth Day 2010 Celebration - West CovinaLAST CHANCE!!! Registration for MiceChat's Famous Gumball Rally Ends TODAY!!!
Visit the YMCA Healthy Kids Zone with crafts, entertainment, workshops, and archery demonstrations. Suburban Water Systems will be providing free conservation kits to the first 500 water customers. This kit consists of a low flow showerhead, sink aerators and several other water saving items. Enjoy various Earth Day crafts reusing materials to make something new. Admission FREE. Sat, Apr 24, 9 am - 1 pm - Galster Wilderness Park, 1620 Aroma Drive, West Covina.
April Earth Day Projects and Weekend Walks
Laguna Beach - Saturdays Drop into the Nix Nature Center for an Earth Day craft project or a short walk on Mary’s Trail. Special April Earth Day Saturday walks will be offered on Mary’s Trail from 10:00 to 10:45 am and Sunday walks will be from 1:00 to 1:45 pm. Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Little Sycamore Canyon Staging Area/Nix Nature Center (west side of Laguna Canyon Road/SR-133, approximately 3.5 miles south of I-5/405). Reservations required: 949-923-2235. Parking: $3. Free craft projects and Earth Day Weekend Walks. Sat, Apr 24, 10 am - Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, 18751 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach
Eco Business Expo
The Free Eco Expo located in the Malibu Country Mart will feature all kinds of sustainable businesses who can provide information and insight on “green” materials and products including ThisWeekinMalibu.com. Children’s activities will be taking place throughout the day. 2007 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Dr. Woodrow W. Clark II, will be hosting a VIP Eco Reception from 3:30-4:30 pm, and showcasing his new book ‘Sustainable Communities'. Sat, Apr 24, 10 am - 5 pm - Malibu Country Mart, 3835 Cross Creek Rd, Malibu
Join us for a fun-filled day exploring the natural resources and beauty of our fabulous planet. Family friendly activities include; children’s crafts, environmental-themed exhibits, event scavenger hunt, science discovery booths and the fabulous Sharkmobile Touch Tanks! Explore Orange County’s watershed resources with Inside the Outdoors, Team Kids and Disney’s Friends for Change through service learning activities and hands-on education. Admission FREE. Sun, Apr 25, 10 am - 4 pm - Upper Newport Bay, 2301 University Drive, Newport Beach
Children's Earth Day Celebration
A wild day of earth education & celebration at the biggest & best Earth Day for families in Southern California! Enjoy live performances, celebrity guests, crafts, food, games & much, much more at this tropically themed outdoor festival! Adults–$8 Children–$6 Seniors–$7(65 and over) Infants in strollers are free. Sun, Apr 25, 10 am-4 pm - Star Eco Station, 10101 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City
The MiceChat Gumball Rally is a competition to find out who can ride the most attractions at Disneyland in 4 hours. Separate prizes will be given to 'Family' teams (with at least one child under the age of 14) and for Adult (or teen) only teams.As we bring another long update to a close, we'd like to remind you that there is lots more great stuff to read on MiceChat:
This is an extremely fun and creative competition that you won't want to miss, and it's just $20 for teams of up to 6 members! It really is a blast!: visit the Rally Information Page HERE OR SIGN UP NOW - HERE! If you are interested in joining this year's Rally, you'll need to do so today (Friday, April 23rd). There will be no further registrations after today!
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