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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Win Tickets to Disney On Ice Princesses & Heroes

Disney On Ice will be presenting Princesses & Heroes during the December holidays in Toronto. We can enter a world of wonder where heroes and hearts prevail. 
We are excited about being able to see high flying jumps, daring acrobatics, breathtaking skating and lovable Disney friends during Disney On Ice Princesses & Heroes. 

Monday, October 14, 2013

Fall Adventures With Disney Junior

I am very excited to announce about Disney Junior’s Princess and Heroes Contest. The grand prize for this contest will include round-trip flights to Toronto, two nights stay at a hotel, rink side seats, backstage character meet and greet for a family of four. The winning family will also get a $1000 for a Disney Store shopping spree.

Monday, April 29, 2013

Watching Toopy and Binoo When They Visited Our Town

My children enjoy watching Toopy and Binoo on TV, and were excited to see them performing at the Sony Centre. We enjoyed the theatrical musical show as Toopy and Binoo tried to look for the perfect song. The songs were catchy and we enjoyed singing along as well.  

Monday, March 25, 2013

Win a Family pack of tickets to the Toronto Toopy and Binoo show

If you want to win a family pack of 4 tickets to the Toopy and Binoo show in Toronto for 10 am at Sony Centre on April 27, 2013 then enter the rafflecopter giveaway below before April 13th. 

Saturday, March 16, 2013

We had a fabulous experience @Disneyonice Rockin' Ever After

The opening night at Disney on Ice in the Rogers Centre was totally Rockin'.  We had an awesome time.  The show started off with a fast paced, upbeat rock and roll musical that was exciting to watch.  Special guests like Pinocchio and Cinderella's stepsisters joined Mickey and the clubhouse members in the beginning of the show.  My son said he liked it every time Mickey came to the stage.  The four stories highlighted at the Rockin' Ever After show was about Ariel, Rapunzel, Merida and Belle.  

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

What we enjoyed about The Berenstain Bears Musical

My children and we enjoyed the wonderful story line of The Berenstain Bears show at the Living art Centre.  The lighting, music, conversation and special effects at the show made it lively.  My children said their favourite part was when Papa bear was telling brother and sister bear the bedtime story about not talking to strangers.  
Before the show began, the audience was asked to take a clubhouse oath to not eat in the theatre or take pictures of the performance.  We were able to take pictures outside the theatre with brother and sister bear.  After the show children were provided with juice and a granola bar.

We sat in the balcony of the RBC theatre in the side edge, which made it very uncomfortable to enjoy the hour-long show.  I believe theatre should be visible and fun from all angles.  There is no designated seating so we can sit wherever we want on the levels printed on our tickets.  Many people like us didn't know about this and found it uncomfortable to watch the show from the top-side angle.  Next time when we plan on a show at the RBC theatre we would go inside the theatre a little earlier to secure comfortable seats.  Despite our seating we enjoyed the show.

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Monday, January 21, 2013

Disney's live show Phineas and Ferb was entertaining


We had a fabulous time watching Disney's live performance, Phineas and Ferb when they came to Roger's Centre, Toronto last weekend.  This show was very entertaining and engaging for children and adults.  We liked the music, energy, the songs, costumes and the liveliness of the show. 
About 10 minutes before the show started some of the performers got our attention by asking questions related to Phineas and Ferb.  My daughter knew the answer from the TV series, which made her more excited.  
My son was looking forward to see Perry from the start, so he was excited when Perry the Platypus entered the show in the midst of the audience with lights flashing and bodyguards around him.  
My son's favourite part was the Bollywood dance; he found it quite funny and was laughing about it even after the show.  

The backdrop (or cyclorama) was very original and I liked how they incorporated it to the show.
When the characters came into the stage.
When Perry was talking.
Perry and Dr. Doofenshmirtz fighting with lightsabers
Perry fighting with the bad guys and ninjas.
The monster truck, that resembles the Monster Jam trucks.  I will be posting about that soon.
My daughter likes the part when the "busted" song was played.  My husband and I really enjoyed all the parts, especially when Candace was controlled by the machine and she acted like Vicki from the 80s TV show Small Wonder.  
The show kept the audience engaged throughout, as some goodies were thrown for the audience to catch, balls bounced and in the end there were glittery paper thrown in the VIP section.  Some children from the VIP section were also asked to come on stage to dance.  I thought it was well choreographed that it put me in the mood to start planning for summer :) 
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Monday, January 7, 2013

Win tickets and Join us @DisneyonIce Rockin' Ever After

Disney on Ice Rockin' Ever After is coming to Toronto during the March Break from March 13 to 17, 2013.  This all new live production has a cast of fabulous Disney skaters that will bring our favourite moments from Disney Pixar's Brave, Tangled, The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast through a musical showcase.
Jam to a Scottish jig as a group of royal contenders from the latest Disney Pixar film, Brave, competes to win the heart of headstrong, sharp-shooting Merida, making her ice debut! 
Experience a show-stopping performance as Sebastian breaks out of his shell for one night only to make waves with Ariel.  
A chorus of harmless hooligans from Tangled unleashes musical mayhem when they get a visit from the sassy and spirited Rapunzel and her charming ally Flynn.  
And, get your feet moving as the Beast and his castle's enchanted entourage take center stage in a spectacular show for Belle.
It will be a rockin' remix of royalty when Disney On Ice brings this superstar line-up to your hometown!

Offer:
Use the promo code DLKIDDO (on the box for "promotions" not on the family pack box) to get 4 tickets for $104.  This code is valid now thru Jan 13.  
Maximum of 4 tickets each ticket thereafter each ticket is $26.  
This offer is not valid for front row or VIP seating.  No double discounts.  Additional fees may apply.
Children under 2 years do not need tickets.

Giveaway:
Win a maximum of 6 tickets for the opening day performance by entering through the rafflecopter below. Giveaway is open until Feb 16, 2013 to people in Toronto or those who can attend.  
Winner must follow all my social media networks and leave a comment on this post.  The winner has 24 hours to respond from the time of contact to claim the prize.  
Update: The winner is Shannon

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Our fun experience @Disneyonice World of Fantasy

We had a fabulous time admiring the talent of wonderful skaters, the creative stories, lighting and the colourful costumes at the World of Fantasy Disney on Ice show.  We were excited throughout the show and it is a memorable experience.  The members of the Disney clubhouse introduced the Cars.  My son was thrilled to watch the cars racing all over the ice
After the Cars came the fairies from Pixie Hollow that kept us entertained.  
It was cool when Tinker Bell was putting the pixie dust all over while she was flying.  
My daughter's favourite part was during the little mermaid Ariel's performance, when Sebastian the red crab was clapping his hands and singing.  I liked the special effects of the bubbles during the show. 
 
I really like the second half of the show when the characters from Toy Story performed.  It brought back memories of the types of toys I owned and used to play with.  
We all enjoyed watching Barbie, Ken, Buzz, Woody, the green army and all the characters from Toy Story performed.  
The musical performance with all the extra effects was fabulous.  World of Fantasy Disney on Ice show will be performing until December 30th at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.      
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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Cheerful holiday show Max and Ruby in the Nutcracker Suite

We had an exciting and superb time watching Max and Ruby in the Nutcracker Suite at the Sony Centre on December 15th.  
My children and we were very happy to watch the cutely presented story of the Nutcracker as Max and Ruby's grandma tells her grandchildren the story.  
Max and Ruby imagine everything that happens in the Nutcracker story.
My daughter said her favourite part was when the Arabian dancers performed.
My sons favourite part was when the snowman came.
The musical show, the lights and dancing kept us entertained the whole time :)  It is a cheerful show that is perfect for the holiday season.

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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

We met Phineas and Ferb before the upcoming DisneyLive tour

We met Phineas, Ferb and some of the performing team members at a fabulous event, my children and I went to.   

We can't wait for the Live Tour that will be held in Toronto from Friday January 11 to Sunday the 13th at the Rogers Centre.  Phineas and Ferb Live Tour will be held in many cities accross Canada and US, so be sure to check when they will be in your town.

During this special event, my children and I enjoyed a child-friendly dinner and had cupcakes for dessert.  
Then the kids got into action with a scientist to make goo in their choice of colour and saw some cool experiments.  

My children also enjoyed warming up and dancing with Phineas, Ferb and the team.  We got autographed pictures that will be cherished.  

Enter for a chance to win a maximum of six tickets in this linked post to see the Live show at the Rogers Centre in Toronto before November 20th.

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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Worst cooks in America

Do you watch the prime time competition series Worst cooks in America?
They are starting their 3rd season on the 12th of February; in which superstar chefs, Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay, transform people who are challenged in the kitchen into kitchen mavens.


There are 8 recruits in each team nominated by family and friends. The people recruited to the teams are clueless about many things around the kitchen; they will be learning everything from this kitchen boot camp.

The leader of the Red team, Anne Burrell, is well known by her spiky blond hair and for her talents in creating bold dishes with intense flavours. She was trained at New York's Culinary Institute of America and Italy's Culinary Institute for foreigners. She has also worked in many notable restaurants. You might have recognized Anne from the Food network's Iron Chef America, Secret of Restaurant Chef, and the Next Iron Chef: Superchefs episodes. And also from her cookbook "Cook like a Rockstar."

Bobby Flay is the mentor of the blue team. He is a chef, restaurateur and the author of 10 cookbooks. He started his culinary journey at the age of 17 and graduated from French Culinary Institute. The food Bobby makes are unique, inviting and innovative. He has hosted many cooking programs bringing useful cooking tips challenging the way Americans view and taste food. Bobby is the star of Grillin' & Chillin', Hot off the grill, Iron Chef America, Throwdown! with Bobby Flay, Grill It! with Bobby Flay, and Food Network star.

The season premiere of Worst cooks in America will start on Sunday Februay 12th at 9 p.m. ET/PT. After the premier the episodes will be available on Food network.

The first challenge of the teams will be making a high stake breakfast. The contestant with the least successful dish on each team will be sent home while the other 14 contestants cook on.

Each week 2 contestants, with the least successful dish is sent home. The other episodes will be about learning international cuisine, mastering knife skills, combining flavours, upscale takes on entrées, recreating dishes using taste smell and appearance as guidance, learning to make a variety of seafood, and cooking food for kids loved ones and mentors.

The season finale is on Sunday April 8th at 9 p.m. ET/PT. In which the two most improved contestants will make their own menu and be judged by culinary experts David Burke, Marcus Samuelsson and Susan Feniger. The winner will get $25000.

Take a look at this sneak peek.




Do mark your calendars to watch the 1st episode of Worst cooks in America on Sunday Februay 12th at 9 p.m ET/PT. Maybe we will all have a laugh watching this kitchen boot camp :)

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