New #Frozen Meet and Greet Coming at Disney’s California Adventure Park

Melissa M. (7 Posts)

I fell in love with the magic of Disney when I was little girl growing up in Mass, on my first trip to WDW when I saw Chip stroke a little girl's face at a character breakfast at the Polynesian. I was hooked. Every other year we went as a family and in college I applied for the College Program and was hired at Typhoon Lagoon. At the end I auditioned for the entertainment/character dept. and the next summer I went back and worked VERY closely with Mickey 🙂 And characters 5'2 and under for that matter! 🙂 Years later my husband and I were married in a small wedding at the Poly and honeymooned at WDW. We now have 2 princesses of our own and TV news has brought us to California so we visit Disneyland at least twice a year, sometimes four times. I love to help people plan their trips, find myself saying "Have a Disney Day" and taking pictures to help people capture family memories. I delight in sprinkling Disney magic at home, work or play. Speciality: Character magic and helping overcome "PDVD" (Post Disney Vacation Depression, you know how you feel sick when it is time to leave) by sprinkling in Disney into everyday-chocolates on the pillow, postcards when you get home, picture books, news articles about what's new, calendars to countdown etc


disneyelsaThe Frozen fun is moving to a new home soon at the Disney California Adventure Park to have more room. You can get a sneak peak December 20th at the Animation Studios area before it fully opens in January. The idea is to have more room for Frozen fun and meet and greets. Right now you have to get a fast pass right when Disneyland opens in Fantasyland to access the Elsa and Anna meet and greet. Or catch the Frozen pre-parade.  So starting in January the Frozen attraction will shift across the street from Disneyland to Disney California Adventure.

What else is new this holiday season? Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park are all decked out right now and festive fun includes ice skating in Downtown Disney and the “Jingle Cruise” in Disneyland. Don’t forget the area near Big Thunder where you can make crafts and see the characters. I always forget to head to the petting zoo area and it’s decked out now for the holidays too.
This morning as a TV reporter, my day job  (always a NDM 24/7)  I had the chance to visit with Cast member Lacy and Santa for Disney details.
http://www.news10.net/videos/life/holidays/2014/12/05/19943829/