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  • Seasons of the Vine

    I feel bad for the Season's of the Vine show. It is an original attraction to DCA, and it was just was never given any credit or attention. Personally, I've never seen the show. I've been told that it's a good show, and that you need to hunt down a cast member or hope one shows up at the top of the hour to let you in. After the 30th of the month it will close for the new preview center to take up residence. I am looking forward to the preview center, but I think we should try and give the Seasons of the Vine show a proper send off. So I propose that if you are able to, swing by DCA and request the show on the 30th. Let's see if we can give it the best numbers it's had!

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    Maybe it will come back in 10 years when all the construction is over

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      Re: Seasons of the Vine

      Originally posted by Oswald the Rabbitt View Post
      Maybe it will come back in 10 years when all the construction is over
      Doubt it.

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        maybe after the preview center they can make it a mini-gallery


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          Is there a video of this anywhere? I've been dying to see it and obviously I'm not heading to DLR within the next two weeks...

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            Re: Seasons of the Vine

            Originally posted by patattack View Post
            maybe after the preview center they can make it a mini-gallery
            The Preview Center is not just about the work currently slated for Disney's California Adventure.

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