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The Battle to Save the Polynesian Resort Waterfall

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COURTESYOFDISNEYPERFORMINGARTS Recent Headlines Buy Now! Members of the East Wake High School music department became stars of their own Disney show April 26, when they entertained url 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.
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Disney World Rocky Your Disney Side 24-hour party kick-off

The resort originally opened with 492 rooms and has a South Seas theme reminiscent of 1950s style Polynesian hotels that Walt Disney and his wife Lillian oftenenjoyed. Welton Becket and Associates took care of the design while US Steel Realty Development handled the construction. In fact, United States Steel used a then newly developed construction process for its original longhouses by erecting steel frames on-site followed by lifting pre-constructed modular rooms into these frames via cranes, similar to the process used for Disneys Contemporary Resort. Guests are enticed to visit by brightly-lit tiki torches, luscious vegetation, and the soothing sounds of the waterfront that create the perfect escape from the real world. The real centerpiece of the resort is found in the lobby area and welcomes visitors with a three-story rock and waterfall fountain that is truly captivating. Imagineer and Disney Legend Fred Joerger createdthe beautifulatrium.
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local time this morning for a “Rock Your Disney Side” party, where guests are encouraged to come in costume and spend the day and night at what we like to call “Grad Night for Grown-ups.” The kick-off at the Magic Kingdom this morning. Photo by Matt Stroshane, courtesy Walt Disney World. I attended the first 24-hour party, One More Disney Day , at Disneyland in 2012, and last year’s “Monstrous” party at the Walt Disney World . Family obligations are keeping me from the parks this year, but everyone who can’t be there in person can follow along online with live video streams from the party. Here’s the live feed from the Magic Kingdom: These are really more webcams than true live streams, as they offer only video and no sounds. But it’s a pretty nice way to kill time on a Friday! Disneyland is offering four cams, which will capture some of the many entertainment events in the parks tonight. Here are the links: Main Street (Mickey’s Soundsational Parade at 6:30 p.m.
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