What’s Happening At The Disney Store in October?

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What’s Happening At The Disney Store in October?

October brings colder weather, pumpkin-themed goodies, and grim grinning ghosts that come out to socialize. Disney has been making autumn and the Halloween season even more wonderful. Disney parks go all out with fall decorations and host regular Halloween parties.

It’s about time that The Disney Store gets in on the action. Some unique events are happening in October 2019 that will excite Disney fans young and old. Make sure you check at the shopDisney website to make sure your local store is hosting these fantastic events. Here is what’s happening at the Disney Store in October.

Haunted Halloween Party At the Disney Store

On select nights in October, The Disney Store will have its version of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. It is highly recommended that you RSVP for these events. Guests are encouraged to get into the spirit with costumes and fun games. There is not a ton of information available as of yet, but we plan on checking one out to give folks a better idea of what to expect.

This event will be held on Saturdays (10/12, 10/19, and 10/26) at 1 pm, 2 pm, and 3 pm and Sundays (10/13, 10/20, 10/27) at 2 pm. There is a special note that the event is intended for families with children. Disney does not tend to shut out people who are kids at heart, but keep in mind that activities will be geared towards the kids.

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Disney Store Midnight Masquerade Event

The Disney Store in October will also welcome a new Midnight Masquerade Event. For one night only (Thursday 10/10 at ll7pm) you can go to the Disney Store as if you are ready for the ball. Guests can decorate their own masquerade mask and get a look at the Disney Designer Dolls. Also, guests can test their knowledge with Disney trivia games. While the Haunted Halloween Party is children focused, this event is geared towards the 18 and over crowd.

You can also RSVP to this event, and you definitely should if you want to catch a spot. The event is limited to 20 participants, and guests who RSVP get priority access.

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Events At The Disney Store In October For All Ages

Part of what makes Disney fantastic is that they are so inclusive. In recent months, people complained on social media platforms that Disney is meant to be for kids and families. Adults fans responded by adapting the phrase “childless millennial” as a badge of honor. The fact of the matter is that Disney is for everyone of all ages.

With The Disney Store incorporating more events to enhance the guest experience, it is clear that they will continue to inclusive. Two events in this month alone will welcome have something for everyone. Disney Store experiences continue to expand with regular opening ceremonies, celebrations, and special events.

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