/ Monday, July 2nd, 2012

It’s the height of heat for so many of us right now….  Yet for those planning to spend the holidays at the end of the year in the most magical place on earth, this month also marks the beginning of the 180 day booking window for dining reservations.  While counter-intuitive in the 100+ degree heat,  many are also scouring lists of Candlelight Processional narrators, thinking about colder temperatures.

To celebrate the magical spirit of the holidays, the WDW Radio blog will be dedicating many (though not all!) of its blogs this month to Disney during the holidays.  We have a number of posts planned, from reviews of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Parties (for kids and for adults) to Disney holiday shopping; from scrapbooking the Disney holidays to making the Disney magic feel close to home–all are posts we have planned to bring a sparkle of the holidays to you during these warm summer months.

We want to hear from YOU as well.  What Disney holiday topics do you want to read about and discuss in the blog?  Do you have questions or topics you want to know about more in-depth?  The wonderful blog team here at WDW Radio wants to help you make the most of the upcoming Disney season–whether you are in Walt Disney World or not!  So post your questions and ideas below, and we will be sure to address them before the month is through!

Happy holid…. I mean, Happy Summer!!  😀



2 thoughts on “Christmas in July Comes to WDW Radio!”

  1. Kristi says:

    This is perfect since I’m spending Christmas 2012 in WDW. I’ve read the guide books and made reservations for the candlelight presession and holiday tour of the park and christmas decorations. I know there’s a Christmas dinner at the Liberty Tree Tavern. I want to know about thing Disney doesn’t tell you. and what kind of things can I do that don’t involve hours of waiting in line for rides during this busy time of year such as adopting a sea turtle in animal kingdom. Maybe learning something from the craft people in the worlds? What areas of WDW might be less crowded at this time of year? I’m so excited for these posts!

  2. Kendall F says:

    I really enjoy learning about all the hidden details so often discussed in the Disney Scene Investigation podcasts. I’m curious if there are special hidden details in the numerous Christmas decorations found in the parks and resorts.