Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Oct 22, 2012
    Adele from LA 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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    I watched a YouTube video of the Fairy Godmother granting Cinderella's Holiday Wish, lighting the castle. This video was from the first night of MVMCP. Does this take place every night of the party or only on the first night? Thanks, Love this Panel. !!

    Hi Adele!!!!

    Thank you so much for your question to the Walt Disney World Moms Panel!!

    The Cinderella Castle Dream Lights are an absolutely breathtaking experience at the Magic Kingdom during the Christmas season!

    The Castle Lighting Ceremony with the Fairy Godmother and Cinderella actually occurs each evening that the Dream Lights are on, regardless of if there is a Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party planned.  The video does not do this justice!  Just wait until you see it in person!!!

    Please let me know if you have any other questions that I can help answer!!

    Have a magical day!

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Meet the Panelist: Scott, Georgia

Hi. My name is Scott and I am from North Georgia. I have been married for over 10 years and have 1 son. I am a middle school Assistant Principal. I am excited to be a Dad on the WDW Moms Panel and can't wait to help you in your Disney Vacation Planning! Learn More About Scott

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