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  • On Nov 16, 2010
    Cynthia from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are travelling to Disney on November 28th. I know my son would really enjoy the Patawan (sp?) Star Wars Light Saber training camp at Holloywood Studios - is this something I have to sign up for ahead of time or just look at the schedule and line up for

    Hi Cynthia!

    Disney's Hollywood Studios has a new procedure for young Padawans wanting to learn how to wield their trusty Lightsaber!

    It is now a pre-registration process that begins at 9am. The child must be present to register and will be given a slip, or pass, that will tell you what time to show up for Jedi Training. From what I hear the slips go fast, so it's a good idea to be there early!

    The Training has gone through a few different methods for picking the students. Before this the children would line up, and before that the children were simply picked out of the crowd.

    Good luck!
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My name is Amy and I live in North Georgia where my husband and I own a restaurant and small hotel. My family explores Disney about twice a year and we always discover something new to share with our family, neighbors, friends and potential future friends! Learn More About Amy

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