With my journey to research sustainable products I sometimes struggle with Disney. It was harder when the kids were younger and I was left to wonder what types of plastic many of their toys are made from. But there are some things that you can’t argue about Disney and it’s an emotion and feeling wrapped up in a whole lotta magic. We are an old school Disney family as our kids loved the Disney classics: Snow White, 101 Dalmatians, Lion King, Peter Pan. And when your children believe in a place filled with dogs that communicate via The Twilight Bark, a Princess that enchants forest animals, and my favorite; a land where there are lost boys, pirates, mermaids, and a captain with a hook, it’s priceless and I wouldn’t take away any Disney memories from my kids. My kids entire childhood is filled with these Disney visions and we’ve never been to Disneyland. But we have read stories, watched movies, and had attended 2 Disney On Ice Performances. When the boys were very young we attended Nemo On Ice and it was amazing. The boys are now ages 7 and 9 and squealed with joy when I told them we’re attending Toy Story 3 Disney On Ice this week. That is the magic of Disney – you can be any age and truly just feel joy when you see the characters stepping onto the ice. I can’t wait to see the reaction from my twin daughters that haven’t been to a show yet!
Check out the Vancouver show featuring moments from different Toy Story movies and taking place at the Pacific Coliseum. Mention the code LOTSO by phone or enter it online and pay only $15 per ticket for children! This deal is available for these shows so hurry to book as tickets won’t last:
- THURSDAY Nov 24th @ 7:30 PM AND SATURDAY Nov 26th @ 12:00 PM
Vancouver is hosting eight shows from November 23 – 27, 2011. Tickets for Disney on Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 in Vancouver are available online at www.ticketmaster.ca or by calling 1-855-985-5000. You can check out video clips of all Disney On Ice shows by visiting the official Disney On Ice site.