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A look back at the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

David2319

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Great article!
 
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I saw the lights twice. Once in the mid 90's when I was in college and my sister was young. Again one of the last days it was at DHS. I definitely appreciated them more the second time. My mom really wanted to go and remember the time in the 90's. I didn't remember it, but it was important to her. She was having trouble walking, so rented a wheelchair, which made navigating the lights on a crowded night difficult. She had one more day in the parks in 2016 before needing some major surgery that has limited her travel

Things come and go with the parks. These made way for TSL & SWGE. DHS as a whole will be a different park in 3 years than it is today. My dad is a huge SW fan and it will be awesome to see a non-WDW-lover in awe like a kid.
 

Derrit

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I saw the lights twice. Once in the mid 90's when I was in college and my sister was young. Again one of the last days it was at DHS. I definitely appreciated them more the second time. My mom really wanted to go and remember the time in the 90's. I didn't remember it, but it was important to her. She was having trouble walking, so rented a wheelchair, which made navigating the lights on a crowded night difficult. She had one more day in the parks in 2016 before needing some major surgery that has limited her travel

Things come and go with the parks. These made way for TSL & SWGE. DHS as a whole will be a different park in 3 years than it is today. My dad is a huge SW fan and it will be awesome to see a non-WDW-lover in awe like a kid.
Awww what a cute story, I'm glad that the parks change, it's certainly great for business, but they do need things like the Osborne Lights, it's the Disney difference :inlove: