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  • On May 22, 2008
    Elizabeth from MS Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We will staying at WDW 5/25/08-5/31/08. My partner and I are VERY excited about the various nightly firework and light shows taking place at various parks. I have looked EVERYWHERE for a schedule in order to plan what we will view each night. Can you help?


    Of course we can help out!  That's what we're here for. :-)

    To find out the most up to date information about parade and fireworks times, simply go to the WDW home page and click on the word "calendar" (it is embedded in the horizontal blue bar going across the top part of the page).  Once you get to the calendar, you can select the park and month you desire.  To get you there faster, I'll provide you with this shortcut link to get to the calendar page.  Once you are on the month and park you need, simply select the date (click the numbers on the calendar) and a new page will appear with all of the events and times for that park on that date.

    Two other sources I often use for show and event schedules are:

    To get to the calendar, just click on "Disney Park Hours" on the left side of the screen, and then select the month you need on the next page. This calendar is easier to use than Disney's, in my opinion (fewer clicks required to get the info you want). 

    Use this web site to get detailed schedules of practically every show and event at WDW for the current week (Updated every Sunday.  Typically the schedules remain similar week to week, but always good to re-check).  Click on the WDW park you are interested in to see the detailed schedules for shows in that park.

    Hope that helps.  Have a great trip!!!
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