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Hanukkah-Inspired Gifts from Disney Parks

Discussion in 'General News & Rumors' started by Wendy, Dec 16, 2011.

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    When the holiday season strikes Disney Parks, the theme parks and resorts transform into a sea of red and green with dazzling, twinkling lights. Amidst this sea of reds, greens and bright lights lays a vivid assortment of blue, white and gold getting ready to welcome the festival of lights, the celebration of Hanukkah.

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    To commemorate the Hanukkah celebration, Disney Theme Park Merchandise has developed a variety of Hanukkah-inspired merchandise to help guests ring in the wondrous eight-day celebration. With an assortment of home wares and d├ęcor to pins and Vinylmation, the Hanukkah assortment at Disney Parks offers a great way for guests to ring in the festive occasion.

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    A few highlights from the Hanukkah collection include a small serving plate that is perfect to pass around the holiday table filled with tasty, traditional treats. For younger children looking to join in on the Hanukkah festivities, there is a decorative wall hang that represents the eight nights of Hanukkah. It is a great way for family members of all ages to join in the nightly traditions of the holiday.

    The Vinylmation Holiday 3 mystery series was introduced to Disney Parks in early December and contains a Hanukkah-inspired Vinylmation. The three-inch figure showcases the traditional holiday game of dreidel complete with gelt and symbols to represent the celebration of Hanukkah.

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