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  • #2
    Re: Candlelight Processional

    You don't need a special ticket for the processional. You need a ticket for the preferred seating for it I believe. Everyone else just stands on Main Street and watches.
    Growing older is manditory
    Growing up is however, optional

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    • #3
      Re: Candlelight Processional

      Cool. Thanks for clearing that up. Small chance I might be going to the park that weekend...and wanted to see what the deal was.

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      • #4
        Re: Candlelight Processional

        One year, my sisters high school was part of the Processional and also the Living Christmas tree. When they were all finally standing on the risers and done singing. The special quest (who reads the Christmas story) was standing right next to her...she got to stare at Cary Grant for over an hour. She said he kept smiling at her with those beautiful blue eyes and said she reminded him of his daughter, who he didn't get to see often. A life memory she will have to hold forever.
        Namaste

        ...I'm not old, I'm just older...bonjovi

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