I Never Grow Tired of the Sparkle That Disney On Ice Brings

Our outing to Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream of course carried our own brand of mishaps and happenings. All of which were forgotten the moment we found our seats and watched the magic unfold before us.

I have yet to grow tired of seeing the sparkle in the eyes of my kids as they watch some of their favorite Disney® characters retell their stories, and Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream was no different.

The evening included Tiana, Cinderella and Rupunzel, acrobatics, “flying”, horses, lanterns and more. On the way home, we talked about our favorite parts. For our family, our favorites were the ribbon “flying”, lanterns, “when the mom knocked the sword from the man’s hand”, and when all the princesses from all the Disney® movies came out to dance in a ball of white and gold. What a great surprise that was!

There’s still one night left in Denver for the show. If you can, I would encourage you to get your tickets to the Pepsi Center and see Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream. You can get your tickets here and use the code “4MOM”, to save $4 per ticket (Excludes Front Row and VIP seating.  No double discounts.  Not valid on previously purchased tickets).  

My family and I received complimentary tickets to Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream to enable an unbiased review. All opinions are my own.

Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin is a former Victim’s Advocate who now advocates for those with intellectual and physical challenges. Her eldest son is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, Electrical Status Epilepticus during Sleep / Landau-Kleffner Syndrome (a rare epileptic disorder causing verbal aphasia) and Developmental Delays. In June, 2012, her son also underwent a successful hemispherectomy. Gina is the editor, author and owner of Special Happens, serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the SPD Foundation, and resides in Colorado where she is a mother of 3, wife, blogger, writer and special needs advocate. You can reach Gina through various Special Happens connections on Facebook and Twitter, or email her directly.
Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin is a former Victim’s Advocate who now advocates for those with intellectual and physical challenges. Her eldest son is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, Electrical Status Epilepticus during Sleep / Landau-Kleffner Syndrome (a rare epileptic disorder causing verbal aphasia) and Developmental Delays. In June, 2012, her son also underwent a successful hemispherectomy. Gina is the editor, author and owner of Special Happens, serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the SPD Foundation, and resides in Colorado where she is a mother of 3, wife, blogger, writer and special needs advocate. You can reach Gina through various Special Happens connections on Facebook and Twitter, or email her directly.
Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin

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