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    My Grandfather just celebrated his 95th birthday on Saturday. Mom is taking the 6 of us to Disneyland to celebrate. Since it is his first trip (as well as my 2 kids), I was wondering if we could celebrate his birthday 2 weeks later, on Father's Day, in the park. Will people at City Hall want to check his age and date of birth? How do we go about getting him the birthday tag? Will we be permitted to do this?

    (of course with my grandfather, if anyone says "Happy Birthday" to him, we may wait while a 10 minute conversation ensues.)

    Thanks for your help.

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    Unfortunatley I don't have an answer for you, but just wanted to wish your grandpa a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! 95 that is really amazing.

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    • #3
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      Of course you can!

      They don't check for your actual date of birth. Disney realizes that people can't always get to the park on the exact day of their birthday, but if the intention is there, that's all that matters.

      Just go to City Hall when you get inside the park and pick up a birthday sticker, and let the fun begin!




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      • #4
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        TOO COOL!

        Thanks so much. I was hoping for something like that.

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        • #5
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          Whoa cool! Happy Birthday to your grandfather! Happier even because Saturday was my birthday, too! So few people seem to be born on that day. Birthday greetings all around!

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            Originally posted by Nanaimobar
            My Grandfather just celebrated his 95th birthday on Saturday. Mom is taking the 6 of us to Disneyland to celebrate. Since it is his first trip (as well as my 2 kids), I was wondering if we could celebrate his birthday 2 weeks later, on Father's Day, in the park. Will people at City Hall want to check his age and date of birth? How do we go about getting him the birthday tag? Will we be permitted to do this?

            (of course with my grandfather, if anyone says "Happy Birthday" to him, we may wait while a 10 minute conversation ensues.)

            Thanks for your help.
            I have a birthday page posted here that you might find useful. The only information out of date is that the merchandise cart no longer sells most of the stuff it used to.

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