Something I keep neglecting to mention is that the Walt Disney Family Museum has started its own blog, Storyboard. The blog features stories about goings-on at the Museum, as well as tales of historical interest about Walt and his artists. Most recently, prolific Disney author Jeff Kurtti penned a tribute to actor James MacArthur.
For those of you in the Bay Area…
I just received a notice from the Walt Disney Family Museum that during the World Series, visitors can receive $10 off admission to the museum if they wear an item of San Francisco Giants logo apparel. I’m a Braves fan myself, but you National League folks [...]
To rub in the fact that most of us aren’t remotely cool at all, the Walt Disney Family Museum is having a series of events this weekend to celebrate the 55th anniversary of Disneyland. A number of Disney luminaries will gather over the course of three days to discuss the park and Walt himself. Tickets [...]
It’s another month of exciting events at the Walt Disney Family Museum in August. For animation fans, award-winning animator and film historian John Canemaker will present his greatly anticipated new book, Two Guys Named Joe. Meanwhile, Disney film stalwart and Swiss Family Robinson actor Tommy Kirk swings in to visit the museum, which will be [...]
Another month, another crackerjack lineup of events at the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco. June’s events focus on animation, with screenings of classic Silly Symphonies and certain-to-be-fascinating presentations by producer Don Hahn and author Russell Merritt. There are, as always, lots of interactive and educational activities for families too. For more information, visit [...]