16 December 2009

WDFM - February Schedule

February is a month filled with passions and romances, a theme found throughout the various realms of Disney. The individuals at the Walt Disney Family Museum have found the perfect manners in which to celebrate the love of film, the passion of design, and the sensuous flavors of the season. Here is a look at their February schedule.


Film of the Month: Lady and the Tramp
Lady and the Tramp runs from February 1 to February 27.
1:00pm and 4:00pm, Theater
(except Tuesdays, February 6, February 14 and February 21).

tickets available online at www.waltdisney.org

Unleash your heart and fall in love this February with Lady and the Tramp! Watch romance blossom between Lady, a high society cocker spaniel, and Tramp, a mutt from the wrong side of the tracks, over a spaghetti dinner. Now that’s what we call Puppy Love!

February 14 – Reel Delicious: Food & Wine in Film
3:00 pm, Special Exhibition Hall

tickets available online at www.waltdisney.org

Join Jan Wahl for a fabulous feast through great moments with food and wine in movies. From Lady and the Tramp to Sideways, join us for the perfect pairing of gourmet food, wine, and film. Celebrate this Valentine’s Day with some marvelous mouthwatering moments from the movies.


February 6 – Innovations: Audio Animatronics, Will the Real Mr. Lincoln Please Stand Up!
3:00 pm, Theater

tickets available online at www.waltdisney.org

From the fluttering of birds wings to the graceful gestures of humans, animatronics mimics life in all its forms. Discover how the first successful audio animatronic, the majestic Mr. Lincoln, was conceived and engineered. Hear from the legendary Mr. Bob Gurr who worked alongside other Imagineers to help Mr. Lincoln talk and stand.


February 21 – This American Land: Music of the New World
4:00 p.m., Special Exhibition Hall

tickets available online at www.waltdisney.org

Artists’ Vocal Ensemble takes a deep look into music of America. From Native Americans to Spanish missionaries to the film industry, our unique geography has shaped a beautiful and soulful tradition. We will celebrate Samuel Barber’s centennial, and discover the power of early-American Shape-note music, the music of Spanish missionaries, and the voice of local composers. This is an opportunity to enjoy a late-winter’s afternoon surrounded by magnificent music.

Public Programming

February 13 – Disney Discoveries: Valentines Pop-up Card
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm, Learning Center: Art Studio

Imaginations and creativity will soar with our new Disney Discoveries! The second Saturday of each month, join us for family fun and activities in the Learning Center. The activities planned by our education staff will inspire the hidden artist in young visitors while learning about the life and work of Walt Disney.

The Disney Discoveries! activities are free with paid admission to the Museum. No ticket is needed for members—just show your membership card.

February 26 & 27 – Look Closer: The Hat Bronzed with Love
11:00 am and 3:00 pm, Gallery 9, Lower Level

Would you like to know more about one of the artifacts in the galleries? Our Look Closer series will give you that opportunity—staff will reveal little known facts, behind the scenes information, or just additional information that does not fit on a label during the 30-minute gallery talk.

The Look Closer series is free with paid admission or paid membership.

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